Nam Phuong

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This Philadelphia import is much more complex than the average Vietnamese restaurant but is still inexpensive enough for dining on a budget. For something fun and novel, try the house specialty, Ba Vi, which translates as Three Delights. It consists of a platter of stuffed grape leaves, pork strips (a cross between meatballs and sausage), shrimp grilled on sugarcane skewers, vermicelli, and herbs, with a stack of rice paper for wrapping. The Norcross restaurant is located at the latest epicenter of Vietnamese culture, in the same shopping complex as Hong Kong Supermarket. A second outpost opened in 2011 on Buford Highway with a smaller menu but the same level of sophistication.
 
5495 Jimmy Carter Boulevard, Norcross, 770-409-8686; 4051 Buford Highway, 404-633-2400, namphuongatlanta.com

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  1. Cheaper Car

    October 11, 2012 at 7:13 pm

    The banh mi is exceptional as are most dishes at this restaurant. The Vietnamese food is a must to try if you have not experienced it before.

  2. Eiskaffe

    January 28, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    The owners are incredibly nice and hardworking. It shows, because the food is delicious and made with plenty of love.
    There are tow locations but I think I prefer the Buford Hwy one because there recently added Thai selections to the menu that are yum yum :D

  3. Joe R

    July 3, 2014 at 4:22 pm

    By far the best Vietnamese in Georgia. The Shaking beef is exceptional and you must try the pho on a chilly day. Don’t be afraid to explore the expansive menu.