If you’re looking for a nice warm bowl of noodle soon on a rainy or windy day or want a refreshing fruit smoothie on a warm sunny day, check out Hoa Viet. Hoa Viet recently opened right across the street from the Cosumnes River College campus.
The Hoa Viet located at 8251 Bruceville Road, the newest one out of many Hoa Viets in the Sacramento area, had its grand opening on Feb. 7.
Once customers walk in, they are immediately greeted with smiles and cheerfulness and seated in a nice Vietnamese-themed restaurant.
The spaces between tables are a bit close to each other so it’s hard to get out of the seats. Other than that, Hoa Viet has a comfortable atmosphere.
Hoa Viet specializes in Asian-styled noodle soups called pho and has a menu filled with different varieties. Pho is rice-stick noodles with a chicken broth based along with customers’ choice of meat. There is also vegetarian pho, meeting the preference of customers.
If you’re not looking for pho, don’t worry. Hoa Viet also offers a variety of rice plates that come with different types of meat, fried noodles such as Chow Mein and Chow Fun, and different types of appetizers like spring rolls, egg rolls and fried wontons.
The restaurant has different types of Asian condiments, such as sriracha sauce, hoisin sauce, soy sauce and peppers, allowing customers to add any ingredients to appeal to their preference. The condiments are refilled immediately after customers leave, giving the next customers full bottles.
The menu also offers beverages such as soda, tea, fruit smoothies as well as desserts like tapioca.
A large bowl of beef ball noodle soup, fried wontons and a plate of Chow Fun gave me a great first experience. They were perfectly prepared and satisfied my craving for Asian food.
The best part was the prices. The proportions were fulfilling and definitely worth the money. Most of the food us under $10, being affordable for anyone on a budget.
Hoa Viet provides fast and great service. Waiters and waitresses immediately refills drinks before customers’ beverages get to the bottom. The workers and manager provide a comfortable environment with friendly smiles and greetings. It’s a great place to go for big groups and even on a casual date.
Joanne Tran, the manager of Hoa Viet , said it gets good business because it’s right across from the college and right off the freeway.
So if you’re looking for a fast and friendly place to eat with great food and service, Hoa Viet is the place to go.