Head to Binh Minh Quan when an urge for Vietnamese strikes. The space is modern and inviting with a yak fountain and rustic wood wainscoting. Hailed for vegetarian dishes, ever-changing lunch specials, affordability, and an abundant number of offerings, the place feels authentically Vietnamese, from its steaming bowls of pho and creative vermicelli creations to the sweetly spiced catfish clay pots and fresh lotus root salads. Also available are oodles of self-make bahn hoi (fine vermicelli wraps); frog legs with salt, pepper, and lime-dipping sauce; broken rice dishes; crepes; hot pots; even durian shakes, and beef wrapped in beetlenut leaves and grilled. Try the seven-course beef, catfish sour soup, after starting with a fresh spring roll. Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.