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Vietnamese Restaurant Wars in the Bronx: Aftermath?


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Vietnamese Restaurant Wars in the Bronx: Aftermath?

Jim Leff | Oct 9, 2010 11:42 AM

I just spent thirty minutes catching up on the history of Vietnamese in Bedford Park: the dynasties, the heartbreaking closures, the treacheries.

What I can't figure out is what's left at this point. Is Com Tam Ninh Kieu the only place? I've seen negatives here (but praise for the pho), and there's a screaming rave (not shilly sounding) for the duck leg soup with yellow noodles and duck congee on Yelp. I'd assume that, from the name, com tam is the thing to get.

Any new reports? Is this really the sole surviving venue?

Com Tam Ninh Kieu
2641 Jerome Ave, Bronx, NY 10468

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