Golden Deli Vietnamese Restaurant

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Details
815 W Las Tunas Dr (at Mission Dr)
San Gabriel, CA 91776
(626) 308-0803
Vietnamese, Soup
$
Hours
Mon–Tue, Thu: 9:30 AM–9:00 PM Fri: 9:30 AM–10:00 PM Sat: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–9:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • Get the egg rolls. Wrapped up in lettuce and fresh mint. Amazing!
  • great pho tai!
  • Golden Deli, you may not need to be told, is one of the best Vietnamese noodle shops in Southern California, a well-worn citadel of banh hoi and pho in a busy San Gabriel mini-mall.
  • The best Pho you'll ever eat. Try to get here early for dinner or the wait is long, but it is DEFINITELY worth the wait.
  • The prospect of a perfect bowl of bun thit, Vietnamese noodles tossed with fish sauce, grilled pork and fresh herbs lead people to wait over an hour for a table.
  • The prospect of Golden Deli's bun thit, noodles tossed with fish sauce, grilled pork and fresh herbs, is always a happy one.
  • Best Pho in the SGV. Get the extra noodles for $1 more, totally worth it.
  • Good Pho here
  • Get here early.. But still worth the wait.
  • This restaurant has set the pho standard in the San Gabriel Valley since Duran Duran was at the top of the charts.
  • Appetizer samplers are a great way to try the shrimp paste, egg rolls, and grilled pork all at once. Dia: Chao Tom & Thit Nuong & Cha Gio
  • Pho is really all about the broth. Here it is silky with subtle yet complex flavors. It's the benchmark for which to judge every other pho in the SGV.
  • #9 well cooked meat with rice vermicelli and meatballs
  • Egg rolls
  • Don't miss the epic egg rolls or sugarcane shrimp. They also have amazing daily cupcake specials from a Cordon Bleu-trained chef!
  • When you come here, order the pho tai and egg rolls.
  • The Pho broth here is one of the best. They don't offer different types of Pho noodles and they herbs other than Thai Basil. But the line out the door proves a point.
  • Simon Majumdar indulges in the sweet and savory Chao Tom, shrimp speared with sugarcane, at the Golden Deli Restaurant on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Find more tips at FN Local.
  • Chao Tom with banh hoi is the best!

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