A Vietnemese coworker took us to Eden Center today and we ate at Hau Giang (Hope I spelled it right). It's a small place where the entrance is inside the "mall" part of the center. We used to go to Four Sisters but she's been into this place for the past few months.
I had a dish called Bun Tu Qui. It's about the fourth time I've had it and I think it's a pretty interesting combo dish. It has two grape leaves stuffed with ground pork and grilled, a few pieces of thinly sliced grilled pork, two pieces of grilled shrimp, two pieces of grilled shrimp paste, rice noodles, shredded carrot & cabbage, and a heaping of green leafy stuff.
We also split a Bun Xao and conch with chili paste. The conch was a bit too chewy, but it was nice and spicy with a kick from the fresh ginger. Apparantly they also prepare a chopped clam dish this way as well.
We grabbed an avocado bubble drink at another place (not Song Que) that sells desserts and fried tofu. Awesome drink. It reminds me of a good humor toasted almond bar. The name of the place escapes me, but if you are looking at the entrance to Song Que, it's about six or seven doors to the left.