The parking lot is small and it fills up fast with carloads of folks hungry for pho and crisp fried spring rolls (a must). A stand-out on the Vietnamese-Chinese menu is the pad thai, which arrives almost deconstructed, the rice noodles topped with your choice of protein and lots of additions, from peanuts to bean sprouts. Also good is the shrimp in a mild sauce with bulbous baby bok choy, tender and perfectly cooked on all counts. Service is efficient, if a bit curt, and the dimly lit dining room has a nice, calm vibe.
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Pho Kim Long
Fresh, fragrant Vietnamese cuisine in Olmos Park.