Whenever we asked the boys what cuisine they like for weekend dine out, we often get Vietnamese or Japanese for the answer.
Since I need to do groceries shopping at the Richmond Public Market, we picked Green Lemongrass Vietnamese Cuisine for lunch.
I ordered Bun Rieu; minced crab, tofu and vermicelli in tomato broth as I noticed a neighbouring table customer had it and it looked appetizing. This is $8. Something different from the regular pho and I like the lightly tangy tomato broth.
Ben and Arkensen ordered the house special Pho Dac Biet which has everything in it; beef brisket, soft tendon, tripe, rare round steak and beef ball. Large is $7.75.
Ben likes his pho spicy, so he gave his pho a generous squish of Sriracha hot sauce.
Nanzaro ordered the seafood, pork and rice noodle toss in house garlic sauce which is also $8.
This round, the sauce seemed to be very dark in colour.
Green Lemongrass Vietnamese Cuisine accepts credit card. Food is good here, never disappoint.