Spot­light Restau­rant of the Week

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The new Fu Manchung in Spring, TX, on FM 2920 near Mead­owhill Dr is, as their menu states, “not your typ­i­cal Asian Restau­rant “Owner Paul Huynh and Chef Tay­lor has opened one of Nick’s Lo­cal Eats fa­vorite new spots of­fer­ing South East Asian cui­sine with a lit­tle South­ern spin. Just about ev­ery­thing here has high qual­ity meats, is scratch made and au­then­tic. Chef Tay­lor ‘s cre­ations have all been quite won­der­ful. Lunch is fast ca­sual and din­ner is full ser­vice with an ex­panded menu.

Nick’s Rec­om­men­da­tions: (menu de­scrip­tions by Fu Manchung)


-Phorollees “For those who are ad­ven­tur­ous and want to try some­thing dif­fer­ent, this is FU YOU! Imag­ine, a spring roll with some of the main Pho in­gre­di­ents rolled up in­side, that you then dip in the beef broth, and then add a lit­tle hoisin/sir­acha sauce on top, voila, both fused to be­come one. If you like it great! If not, go back to the orig­i­nal spring roll and tra­di­tional bowl of Pho with­out hurt­ing the Pho-Rollee’s feel­ings!” -Mac­arollees “This crispy golden de­light is where the East meets the West. Us­ing the eggroll wrap, we’ve rolled into it our child­hood fa­vorite, Mac n Cheese with ham bits. Dip this into the tangy BBQ sauce, and even adults will fall in love with it!”

-Crabby Cream Rolls “Now if you have had crab fried won­tons or sim­i­lar, this is a must try. We use the eggroll wrap to roll up Philadel­phia cream cheese with lit­tle pieces of im­i­ta­tion crab meat in each roll which is then deep fried. Be care­ful, these rolls need to cool down or can ex­plode in your mouth. Be pa­tient, plenty to go around. (6 rolls per or­der).”


-Tom Yummy Fried Rice “This fried rice dish is made with a fla­vor­ful combo of Thai spices that will surely add a lit­tle kick to your taste buds.You have prob­a­bly tried Tom Yum soup, but now you get to try our fried rice ver­sion with the same fla­vors. Has bean sprouts, scram­bled egg, & basil pieces. Pick your choice of ei­ther chicken, or beef, or shrimp (add $2), or combo of all meats (add $4)”

-Ver­mi­celli Boom Cha Y’all “This Viet­namese rice noo­dle bowl is a re­fresh­ing take to grilled lemon grass beef mixed in with let­tuce, and TWO crispy home­mad egg rolls, topped off with the tra­di­tional sweet & mild spicy lemon fish based sauce, and one BIG grilled shrimp & crushed peanuts!”.

-Wok N’ Beef” Also known as disco beef, shaken beef, stir crazy beef, but here, you’re in for a spe­cial treat. We use Filet mignon, cut into small cubes, mar­i­nated in a spe­cial sauce for hours, then stir fried with red onion slices, and plated with some let­tuce, red & green bell pep­pers, and jas­mine steamed rice. (“Bo luc lat” [BAW-LUKE-LOCH] is the tra­di­tional name of this meal from Viet­nam)’

Pho li­cious ”If you are a beef lover, look no fur­ther and try our rice noo­dle beef soup. A tra­di­tional Viet­namese fa­vorite, we stew the broth overnight from all beef bones. Served with thin top sir­loin rare slices, brisket slices, and HOME­MADE fresh beef meat­balls. If you haven’t tried this be­fore, we highly rec­om­mend you step out­side your com­fort zone and you may be hooked PHO-life!”

-The Eloisa’s Fried Rice ”Just try it! You won’t go any­where else for fried rice af­ter you get hooked on this. We use a spe­cial home recipe mix­ture with pre­mium grade Ja­panese grain rice. Very soft & moist. You pick your choice of ei­ther chicken, or beef, or (shrimp-add $2), or (combo of all meats $4).”

Don’t miss out on a glass of Fruity Passion Tea “This is a green tea leaf base brew with an added splash of passion fruit keep­ing your mouth and taste buds cool in this Texas sum­mer heat!”

Fu Manchung Phone: 832-791-5873 Ad­dress :3416 FM 2920 Rd., Suite 210 Spring, TX 77388 Web­site: www.fu­manchung.com


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