Rice Paper

Row 1

6775 Wilson Blvd (Roosevelt Rd.)
Falls Church, VA 22044
(703) 538-3888
$ $
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Order the spicy crispy tofu. The tender puffs of silken tofu are lightly battered, fried and flecked with lemongrass.
  • Order #100 (do it yourself rice paper rolls), #25 (rice dish w fried egg and sampling of amazing meats), grape leaf appetizer, fried banana dessert.
  • "Whether you need the energy or not, take a straw to Vietnamese iced coffee, a revelation in the richness of caffeine." - November 2012 Issue
  • Popular place so there may be a wait but tables turn over quickly. Try any of the grilled pork dishes, green papaya salad (spicy) and Banh Xeo (mung bean batter omelet with shrimp/pork)
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  • This is the #25. I have little idea what I'm eating aside from the egg, pork chop, broken rice, and salad, but it's all yummy.
  • Get one of the rice paper dishes where you get to make your own wraps with grilled meat and an assortment of condiments.
  • There's a table for two right inside the doorway that most people miss. Also Rey the seafood noodle- very good sauce!
  • Mi ng ngoi ca ;)
  • Been back many times and this is still one of the best spots at Eden Center. Shaky beef and caramelized fish are both can't miss here
  • Pretty good fried (soft or crispy) noodles!
  • Fried rice is great
  • Spicy crispy tofu is very good. Pho is good, the broth is delicious.
  • Bun Thit Nuong yum
  • Had a good CHEAP meal here with all kinds of fresh veggies and mint with my meat and noodles.
  • Huge menu with emphasis on south VTN specialties. Skip the ph and branch out: try the bun noodle soups, hu tieu, broken rice, baby clams on rice paper. Great place!
  • Tasting Goi Ngo Sen & Goi Xoai... Loving Canh Ga Chien Nuoc Mam.. Com Tam Special
  • Try the Rice Paper meal (#100
  • Beef-stuffed grape leaves; thrice-cooked chicken with coconut rice; bun cha, fried rocket shrimp.
  • Come early for a seat. Get a signature dish, not the pho, which is good but eclipsed by their rice paper dishes.