Houstonia Magazine's Katharine Shilcutt shares her dining experience at Nam Giao, highlighting the homemade vermicelli and yogurt: "Creamy, sugary, and with a pop of lemon, Vietnamese yogurt—or da ua—isn't your typical tub of Yoplait. Like Vietnamese coffee, cà phê sua da, it's made with sweetened condensed milk. The result is a much richer, sweeter yogurt than one would expect—at a Vietnamese restaurant or anywhere else, for that matter." [Houstonia] [Photo via Yelp]
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