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***Reminder for Viet Chowdown this Sat. 12/6/03

Alice Ringer | Dec 2, 200304:09 PM    

There are still spots left for the South Bay Vietnamese Chowdown this Saturday! If you are coming and have not RSVP'ed, please use my email address above to RSVP.

Here are the details on where & when to meet.

When: Saturday, Dec. 6th, meet at 11:30 AM

Where: Bun Bo Hue #1, at 2871 Senter Road in San Jose, in a strip mall halfway between Tully and Capitol Expressway (on the right if coming from Tully). Their phone is 408-629-4212.

The Chow: We will start at Bun Bo Hue #1 for Central Vietnamese noodles and small plates, then move to the Lion Plaza at Tully & King for snacks and dessert. This will be the ultimate chowdown to taste a variety of Vietnamese “small bites” from banh beo to banh xeo and all other banh in between, or to slurp bun bo hue or mi quang, if noodles are your cup of tea.

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