Thursday, November 12, 2009

Hot Vit Lon Long An - Westminster (Little Saigon)

Did you get drinks? the middle '87 asked when we met up after I bought Vietnamese sandwiches at Banh Mi & Che CALI Bakery and she bought banh cuon (Vietnamese rolled rice noodles) at Thai Son Lo Banh Cuon.

I looked back at the strip mall and saw a huge sign for nuoc mia (Vietnamese sugarcane juice).


Hot Vit Lon Long An - Westminster (Little Saigon) 1


And water.

And fro-yo.

And hot vit lon (Vietnamese fetal duck eggs).

Haha. Gotta love Vietnamese industriousness. It must work because they've been in business for years and years.

Fetal duck eggs are 99 cents each or $19/20. Hot ga lon (Vietnamese fetal chicken eggs) are 50 cents each. They also sell fresh duck eggs $8/dozen and fresh chicken eggs $5/20. Salted duck eggs $5/a jar of 6 eggs. They also have quail eggs $2/dozen and goose eggs $25 each. Hmm. Wonder why are goose eggs so expensive?


Hot Vit Lon Long An - Westminster (Little Saigon) 2


The sugarcane juices all have various buy whatever, get whatever free options. We ended up getting 3 medium sugarcane juices, get 1 free for $9?


Hot Vit Lon Long An - Westminster (Little Saigon) 3


A perfect complement to our Vietnamese picnic.

The stops as we built our picnic at the Great Balloon at the Orange County Great Park:
Tip Top Sandwiches - Garden Grove (Little Saigon)
Banh Mi & Che CALI Bakery - Westminster (Little Saigon)
Thai Son Lo Banh Cuon - Westminster (Little Saigon)

Hot Vit Lon Long An
8942 Bolsa Ave.
Westminster, CA 92683
714-934-6363
7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

*****
1 year ago today, Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Base Stew).
2 years ago today, the most amazing Indian ice creams at Saffron Spot - Artesia (Little India).

3 comments:

  1. hi wc - i think those fetal duck eggs are like Filipino "balut".

    ReplyDelete
  2. Yes, you'll see in the 2nd picture that the sign also says "balut".

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for stopping by. I try to respond in a timely manner, but am not always able to do so. If you're awaiting a response, check the post in which the comment is made or click the "Notify me" option.

If you're not a blogger and you'd like to leave a comment, you can do so using your Google/Gmail account.

I welcome questions, discussions, and feedback, but please be mindful that this is my home online. I reserve the right to delete any comment that is anonymous or unknown, rude, promotional, or has a link.

Thank you for reading!