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Strange Culinary Bedfellows: Doughnuts And Pho

November 17, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
It’s a little early to tell, but it might be a sign of the times: the “hybrid” food trend morphing into a hybrid restaurant trend. A Fort Wayne, Ind., doughnut shop used to share space with a hot dog diner, but will now share with a Vietnamese restaurant. Mike’s Donuts and Pho Viet couldn’t be more opposite in cuisine. Doughnuts, after all, are loaded with sugar and fat. Vietnamese food – especially namesake pho soup with various vegetables – is fairly healthful eating. Also on the menu are noodle bowls, small salads, Vietnamese sandwiches, rice plates, appetizers, Vietnamese iced coffee, boba tea and more. Coming soon: beer and wine, if Pho Viet can get the appropriate licenses.
Cindy Larson, "Restaurant Notes: Vietnamese eatery opens in doughnut shop", News-Sentinel.com, November 17, 2015, © Fort Wayne Newspapers
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