Spotlight on Mills 50: What to eat in Little Vietnam

Each month, we shine a spotlight on a different neighborhood in and around the Greater Orlando area. Today, we’re wrapping up our spotlight on Mills 50 by answering a question you wanted to know about Mills 50.

Reader Ashley Z. asked us, “What are the secret things to order at the Asian restaurants in Mills 50? The things to you’re afraid to order but regulars know is THE best?”

So we rallied the troops from Orlando Foodie Forum (if you’re not a member on Facebook, you should be) and asked our foodie friends for their recs:

Banh Cuon at Vietnam Cuisine and Banh Mi at Banh Mi Nha Trang — Ricky Ly, Tasty Chomps 

My go-to Hawkers items are the new Dry-Pot Caulilini (extra spicy) and Mee Goreng, a hearty, spicy noodle dish. I make it vegan by subbing egg noodles for rice noodles and extra veggies in place of shrimp and eggs. — Chauniqua Major, Major Creates

The soup, wings, and ribs at Sticky Rice! — Anita H.

Spring rolls at Little Saigon. — Bess A. 

The Crazy Meat at The Thai House. — Ken C.

Lazi chicken at Chuan Lu Gardens! — Phillip H.

The banh mi sandwiches from Paris Banh Mi Bakery & Cafe.— Joanne G., Mills 50 Main Street Director 

Meanwhile, my personal favorites are the pineapple fried rice from Viet Garden, the crab cake bao from King Bao, and the roti and pad thai from Mamak. 😍

Did your favorites make the list? If not, send us an email to hello@pulp.town, subject line: Wait, there’s more.