Halong Bay opened just 2 weeks ago and it's doing well! Took the picture below just before we cleaned our plates!
Lovely atmosphere, delicious food, and affordable prices make this a winner in the successful Eagle Rock business model contest we all wage daily here.
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The empty pineapple shell contained a dish called Festons, scallops sauteed with hoisin sauce, pineapple and red pepper. I had the Suon Nuong, thinly sliced grilled pork chops marinated in honey and lemongrass served with their house dipping sauce (and rice, of course). To start, we tried the Saigon spring rolls, shrimp and fresh lettuce, basil, carrot and cucumber wrapped in rice paper. We each had a drink and spent under $50 for the two of us. By the way, they serve Eagle Rock Brewery Revolution XPA, a bright and refreshing pale ale, so you can feel incredibly local when you dine here. The owner, Ray, had us try the Poisson, a filet of sea bass steamed in a banana leaf with herbs and spices. Yum! And for dessert, the cappucino mousse cake was divine.

You can check out details about the restaurant and see the whole menu at www.halongbayrestaurant.com. Or just go on over to 1948 Colorado Blvd, LA 90041. Call for hours at 323-258-2618.