Xoia Vietnamese Eats
35 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
This place is special. Owners Jose Sarinana and Thien Ho are married—he's Mexican, she's Vietnamese—and they do a mash-up of traditional Vietnamese dishes. Jose is the chef as well as an artist. Outside of the food always being great, I think the most notable aspect is that the space is decorated using his original artwork. I love the Mi Quang, a specialty from Hoi An, Vietnam, with wide yellow rice noodles atypical of most dishes, seasoned shrimp and pork, lettuce, bean sprouts, crushed peanuts, banana blossom, fresh mints, and sesame crackers in a pitch-perfect shrimp and pork broth.
Tips from locals
Vietnamese/Californian fusion. Pho. Beer and wine. Covered patio where you can sit on Sunset and watch the world drive by.
Vietnamese with a splash of Mexico, fusion spot on Sunset. Classic Vietnamese selection with some fusion options, really good bahn mi.
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