Pros: Best egg rolls ever, large portions, some items make from scratch.
Cons: Service is not too experienced, fortune cookies are dumb, great with some things and mediocre in others.
Que Viet Village House is a great little restaurant in Northeast Minneapolis. It is, as far as I can tell, reasonably authentic Vietnamese food. Some of the items are homemade recipes and are made from scratch.
One of the most defining menu items are the egg rolls. They are homemade and perhaps some of the best fried egg rolls I’ve ever had. You get two for $4.25 and they are quite large. In addition, you get a dipping sauce that is the icing on the cake…or the dipping sauce on the egg roll to be more accurate.
If you’re looking for a solid Vietnamese meal, this is a great place. It’s nestled in one of the best food communities in the state (Northeast Minneapolis) and adds a great Asian piece of the Northeast food puzzle. I would recommend it highly for groups or families who are OK with sharing a variety of dishes. In fact, that is probably be best way to enjoy Que Viet > Take a bunch of your friends and order a few different entrées and then you can really enjoy multiple dishes at one sitting.
Have you been to Que Viet Village House? What did you think?