Wednesday, July 1, 2009

New Que Huong Now Open

Posted By on Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 2:19 PM

Tuyen Le just opened a new restaurant in Collierville called New Que Huong. The name is Vietnamese for "new homeland."

Regulars of the Midtown mainstay Saigon Le will recognize Tuyen right away as one of the two sisters who waited tables there for years.

The menu she put together for New Que Huong is full of traditional Vietnamese rice and noodle dishes, pickled vegetable salads, and brothy soups as well as spring rolls and grilled skewers. You will not find any "Chinese food" or Americanized Vietnamese dishes cluttering up the menu.

I have eaten there twice already, and she has only been open a little more than two weeks. I recommend going with a group so that everyone can order something different to share. The vast menu has many choices for both meat eaters and vegetarians. — Justin Fox Burks

New Que Huong, 942 W. Poplar Ave. #5 (861-0162, 861-0164)

(Images: Justin Fox Burks)


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