It's nothing fancy, yet this Vietnamese restaurant is among the most popular in an Orlando neighborhood filled with competitors. Asian-Americans fuel up on steaming bowls of soups, chopsticks in one hand, a spoon in the other, stopping periodically to tear fresh herbs off branches and stir them into the broth. The menu is massive and has excellent grilled meats with rice. Adventurous eaters might start with the Vietnamese carpaccio and the cabbage-and-duck salad. "Self
prepare and roll your self" is essentially a make-your-own summer roll dish: you moisten a rice-paper pancake, then fill it with proteins, noodles, and herbs. The noodle soups are flavorful, and the chicken with lemongrass and hot chili and the caramel chicken with ginger are can't-miss stir-fries.