- 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday-Tuesday; closed Monday
- Lunch, Dinner
- No Alcohol
Top pick: The “house special” my kho dac biet noodle bowl is served with broth on the side, so you can eat it as a soup or not. It also comes with a whole, shell-on shrimp baked right into a cracker, and yes, the crispy cracker-bound shrimp shell is edible.
The downside: Bun bo hue and pho aren’t the go-to orders here, so if you want those Vietnamese classics, you’re better off heading elsewhere.
Fun fact: Plan a lunch visit carefully, because La Me fills to capacity at peak lunch hours, and it’s possible a table might be taken up by an employee doing prep work.
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