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Sprouts & Shutters: Restaurant Reopens in Albany

Pho Huong Nam features rice dishes, sandwiches, salads, noodles, broths and other menu items.

A new Vietnamese restaurant has opened in Albany.

Pho Huong Nam started serving food on Friday.

The restaurant at 938 San Pablo Ave. features rice dishes, sandwiches, salads, noodles, broths and other menu items.

Have you been to this restaurant? Do you plan to return now that it has reopened? Let us know in the comments section below.

Dover February 20, 2013 at 12:41 AM
Sigh. A little fact checking goes a long way. This is not a restaurant re-opening, this is a NEW RESTAURANT. This space used to house Kasuga, a Japanese restaurant that closed in 2011. Japanese food is not Vietnamese food. Vietnamese food is not Japanese food. Also, "a couple of months" is not the same thing as a "lengthy renovation," especially not in the restaurant world.
Martin ungonquin February 22, 2013 at 06:02 AM
And the food is absolutely horrific! They use jimmy dean pork sausage in the skewers!!! And pre made lumpia rolls that were frozen. I don't know what to say. beware!!
Martin ungonquin February 22, 2013 at 06:03 AM
I wish the food was better though, it's just hard to imagine why it's so low quality. They are doomed if they don't pony up to a some better ingredients!
Alex Gronke February 23, 2013 at 12:16 AM
You are right. This post has been changed to reflect the correct information about this address.
Dover February 23, 2013 at 02:09 AM
Of course I am right. And I was right three days ago. Here is the text of the original article, for those who are tuning in late. "After a lengthy renovation, a Vietnamese restaurant has reopened in Albany. Pho Huong Nam started serving up dishes again on Friday. It had been closed for a couple of months for an interior and exterior sprucing up. The restaurant at 938 San Pablo Ave. features rice dishes, sandwiches, salads, noodles, broths and other menu items." Now I would like to know why this man (Mr Mills) is on your staff when he can't even be bothered to do a simple Google search before posting.

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