Weekly Yelp: Sprung On Spring Rolls

Have them as an appetizer or treat them like a meal, these rice paper-rolled veggies, noodles, meats, and fried treats act as one delightful dish that won’t weigh you down. And don’t forget the dipping sauce!

Saigon Taste (Vietnamese)
6940 N Mesa St
“One of my favorite places in El Paso. As an appetizer I usually get the winter rolls or the shrimp spring rolls. They are both amazing. You can tell the food is fresh… I go at least twice a month. I never get tired of this place.” – Andrea C.

Sun Garden China Bistro (Chinese)
6600 N Mesa St
“Best Chinese food that I’ve had in El Paso. Got takeout for the first time last night. Spring rolls were very light and crispy — as they should be… Will be back to try other things.” – Laura B.

Pho Tre Bien (Vietnamese)
6946 Gateway E
“One of the best restaurants in El Paso. I have been going there since they had a location in Viscount. My favorite dishes are the crispy fried noodles with tofu, the Vietnamese sandwich, and the spring rolls.” – Manny F.

Asian Cajun Cafe (Vietnamese, Cajun/Creole)
3233 N Mesa St

“I ordered the aloe water, spring rolls, and a rice plate with pork… The spring rolls with a touch of cilantro were delicious… Really loved this restaurant and give it the highest recommendation for fellow Yelpers.” – Patricia D.

Kee’s Teriyaki & Sushi (Sushi, Korean)
11660 Montwood Dr
“This tray consisted of chicken teriyaki, beef teriyaki, spring roll dumplings, and a ginger salad. I must admit this meal was delicious and hearty — so much that I went the next day with my little brother for another one!” – Juan M.