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Food you don't know: Part 3

This is the third installment of some of the hidden food gems in the Greater Grand Rapids area, including Linc Up Soul Food, Pupuseria El Salvador, Bamboo Restaurant, Pho Anh Trang, Ly's Sandwiches and La Vencedora.
Chicken and Waffles at Linc Up Soul Food

Chicken and Waffles at Linc Up Soul Food /chrisfreemanrealtor

Curry Chicken in "egg blanket" at Bamboo Restaurant

Curry Chicken in "egg blanket" at Bamboo Restaurant /chrisfreemanrealtor

The "difficult to find" unmarked door to La Vencedora

The "difficult to find" unmarked door to La Vencedora /chrisfreemanrealtor

In this third installment of discovering food around Grand Rapids, we explore a variety of Asian, Latin and Soul foods and help you uncover some nearly-hidden gems.

Linc Up Soul Food:  Located at 1167 Madison SE and serving the closest thing that we can get to Soul Food in Grand Rapids.

Pupuseria El Salvador:  Located at 4639 s. Division offers traditional cuisine from El Salvador including pupusas.

Bamboo Restaurant: Located at 2907 S. Division Offers a combination of quality Thai and Vietnamese food.

Pho Anh Trang:  Located at 3633 Eastern and serving a variety of Asian food items, but features their strongest dish:  PHO

Ly’s Sandwiches: Located at 4242 S. Division is dedicated primarily to 1 food dish, The Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwich

La Vencedora:  Located at 2211 Division.  The actual restaurant is located west on Quigley in an unmarked red building on the south side of the road and has some of the best authentic Mexican food that you will find in Grand Rapids.

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