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Review of Viet Huong restaurant. STEPHEN PINGRY, Tulsa World


The name outside remains the same, but what goes on inside Viet Huong, 7919 E. 21st St., has changed quite a bit.

The restaurant has occupied this spot since 1990, when Vietnamese native Cuong “Billy” Tran opened it, serving Chinese-American foods as well as what was at the time the slightly more exotic dishes of his homeland.

Tran passed away in 2017, and two years later his family announced they had sold the restaurant (Tran’s daughters have since opened their own place, Kai Vietnamese, in downtown Tulsa).






Viet-Huong

Com Da Deluxe at Viet-Huong comes with a crispy chicken leg quarter, grilled shrimp, egg loaf, fried rice, fried eggs and a special sauce.




Kevin Nguyen purchased the restaurant and kept its original name, but began making some changes — sprucing up the interior with sky-blue paint and more stylish

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Everyday Today’s MENU for EMIYA Family launches June 2 in the west

Everyday Today’s MENU for EMIYA Family will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on June 2 in the west for $49.99, publisher Aniplex announced.

The Fate/stay night “kitchen adventure” game launched today (April 28) in Japan.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:

■ Introduction

The video game adaptation of the deliciously heartwarming world of Today’s MENU for EMIYA Family is finally here!

Watch as Saber, Sakura, and Rin slice, stir-fry, bake, and deep-fry their way through a variety of delectable recipes!

What culinary delights will they grace us with next!?

Of course, the game wouldn’t be complete without everyone gathering together to enjoy these mouthwatering dishes!

The game features popular recipes from the original manga, along with a bevy of exclusive story content of its own!

Experience the blending of the Fate universe and the culinary world in this fun kitchen adventure!

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