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Heavy is the first impression it gave me --just look at the amount of black soy sauce and the toppings.But when you put it in your mouth, you'll found the bean sprout and spring onion actually able to balance out the heavy taste from the sauce.From looking at their menu, I found this Vietnamese restaurant serve foods that are similar to Chinese food, the pork in soy sauce and all that. But once you tried, they are actually different.The Vietnamese version of all these pork-based Chinese food are
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Heavy is the first impression it gave me --just look at the amount of black soy sauce and the toppings.

But when you put it in your mouth, you'll found the bean sprout and spring onion actually able to balance out the heavy taste from the sauce.

From looking at their menu, I found this Vietnamese restaurant serve foods that are similar to Chinese food, the pork in soy sauce and all that. But once you tried, they are actually different.

The Vietnamese version of all these pork-based Chinese food are way more balanced compare to the original Chinese version. We Chinese eat pork with pork but Vietnamese always eat pork with vegetable.

It's weird the feeling, like you ate a very heavy meal, but it does not really felt that heavy after eating.
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