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Greenville Avenue’s Exciting New Vietnamese Eatery Is Almost Ready to Debut

Banh mi, bun bo hue, and more classic dishes await at Ngon

Banh mi at Ngon
Carol Nguyen
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Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen, a new restaurant focused on classic dishes from Vietnam, will soon make its Greenville Avenue debut.

A representative for the restaurant tells Eater that it will quietly make its debut in late July at 1907 Greenville Avenue, bringing a new destination for banh mi and bun bo hue to the neighborhood. According to a post from owner Carol Nguyen, the restaurant’s name is inspired by both Nguyen’s mother and the Vietnamese word for “delicious,” and the menu will feature a similar focus on familiar, comforting dishes.

As far as the food is concerned, look forward to options like banh mi stuffed with Vietnamese ham, shredded chicken, and sunny side up eggs. Also expect for the bun bo hue, a savory soup with tons of veggies and protein, to become a neighborhood favorite. According to Dallas food blogger Tiffany Tran, the bowl teems with pork blood cakes, seafood meatballs, sliced pate, fresh herbs, and more toppings inside a “flavorful and tingly spicy” broth.

Eater has reached out to Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen for more details on its arrival. Stay tuned for an official opening date.