This local favorite is one of the nicer-looking Vietnamese restaurants in Orlando's Vietnamese hub, formerly known as the ViMi District, not part of Mills 50. There are more than 100 menu items, all of them inexpensive. Sample the summer rolls (a chilled appetizer of shrimp, pork, or vegetables wrapped with herbs and noodles in soft rice paper) with peanut sauce, or excellent Vietnamese crepes (stuffed with shredded pork and noodles). Move on to the Com Heo Xao Bong
Cai (sauteed pork, onion, and broccoli over rice) or the traditional soup filled with noodles, rice, vegetables, and your choice of either chicken or seafood. Be sure to try the strong, sweet Vietnamese coffee–it's almost like a dessert in itself.