Christine and John are lucky to travel the world, but Houston is still home to some of their favorite eats, especially when it comes to Vietnamese food. Together with their friends, Alvin and Ben, they explore Bellaire Boulevard and share some lesser known Vietnamese dishes. At last, their hometown of Houston gets some much deserved love.
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