Spring Rolls Galore.
We've been coming to Bodard since I was in college - and it's never failed to be quick and good. The springrolls are some of the best that I've had in Houston and the pork that they use is so amazing - it's a great burst of flavor and a heck of a lot of fun. During lunch, it's usually pretty easy to get a table, but weekends and night time the place is usually very busy - I definitely recommend it!
Vietnamese and Chinese Fusion.
Carefully tucked away in the corner of an Asian Food store parking lot, it is a place that someone will have to bring you to the first time you go. With pre-recorded Vietnamese karaoke playing in the background, diners are surrounded by neon signs and the smell of warm bowls of Pho coming out of the kitchen. The staff is friendly, the place is clean, and it even has a waterfall in it. With the newly redesigned menus, finding and ordering what you want is a lot simpler. Offering a wide variety of both Chinese and Vietnamese entrees and appetizers, they also serve freshly prepared Vietnamese sandwiches. While popular, the waiting times if any are negligible and waiters quickly seat arriving guests. One great thing about this restaurant is that the faster you order the faster you food comes so If you know what you want, tell them when you come in and it will be out before you get situated at your table. Just a quick tip for how to get your money's worth for Pho: Order a small bowl and ask for extra noodles (it's only 50 cents more) rather than order a large for $2 more. A nice tip that I got from my friend, that hopefully will have you leaving both full and satisfied.
Perennially crowded Vietnamese restaurant in the Asian-dominated Diho Square for pho and noodle dishes.. In Short Cheerfully decorated with plenty of neon and a kitchy rock waterfall on one rust-colored wall, the tables and booths are generally packed with loyal Asian clientele. The authentic menu focuses on the lunch favorite pho, mi (a curly egg noodle soup with pork-and-shrimp broth) and noodle dishes like the stir-fried flat rice noodles and vermicelli. Popular menu staples also include the Vietnamese sandwiches, or banh mi, with barbecue pork or chicken.