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Portland’s Beloved Vietnamese Soup Spot Is Expanding to Beaverton

The family behind Ha VL and Rose VL Deli is opening a third restaurant in the suburbs

Mi quang at Rose VL Deli
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Brooke Jackson-Glidden is the editor of Eater Portland.

One of Portland’s Vietnamese destinations is expanding to the suburbs. Ha (Christina) Luu and William Vuong, the owners of Rose VL Deli and Ha VL, are opening a third restaurant in Beaverton, the Oregonian reports. Details are scarce at this point, but the family is currently considering a location near Nike World Headquarters, where four of Vuong and Luu’s children have worked.

The news was a part of a larger feature on the couple, who opened Ha VL in 2004. The family-owned restaurants have attracted national and local attention, from James Beard semifinalist lists to the Eater Portland map of essential restaurants. Both restaurants are famous for their rotating soups, which change daily — the second restaurant, Rose VL Deli, is particularly treasured for its Saturday cao lau special. Stay tuned for more updates on the third restaurant.

Ha VL and Rose VL family planning new restaurant in Beaverton [The O]
What’s next for Rose VL, Portland’s Vietnamese soup destination? [The O]
All previous Rose VL Deli coverage [EPDX]
All previous Ha VL coverage [EPDX]

Rose VL Deli

6424 Southeast Powell Boulevard, , OR 97206 (503) 206-4344

Ha Vl

2738 SE 82nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97266 503-772-0103