Three Sisters Restaurant

Owner Long Dam runs this place with his three daughters (thus the name), and they make a mean pho, along with other Vietnamese dishes, each made from Dam’s own recipe. Good pho isn’t accomplished easily, though — the broth alone takes eight hours to prepare. You can easily play it safe and go for the beef or chicken pho, but there is a reason that tripe and tendon are preferred by most natives; you’ll just have to try it to find out. They also offer a delicious version of Vietnamese coffee, a concentrated, dark-roast coffee with sweetened and condensed milk, served either hot or over ice.