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Not A Record But Pho Ga Hai Nam In El Monte Is Gone

Chandavkl | Jun 22, 201501:27 PM     3

Lasted a little under four months, which is longer than Singapore Leaf's recent run. (And historically I think the record is a couple of weeks.) In the old days you could wait for a new restaurant to season because you could be sure it would last at least six months to a year, but no more. Consequently these days you have to run in the moment the grand opening sign comes up. And I feel fortunate to have eaten at both Singapore Leaf and Pho Ga Hai Nam. Oh, and Pho Ga Hai Nam's replacement, Thon Vy, opens this Friday.

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