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Had not been here in 10+ years. It was nice visiting again. The place has been refreshed and looks nice. It did appear a bit cleaner. Parking unfortunately had not improved and it being a Saturday it was very crowded.
The place sports quite a...More
This small Vietnamese restaurant caught our attention by its cute and warm decoration. However, beyond our expectation, the foods are exceptionally good. The restaurant offers a wide variaty from "boiling crab" like menu to authentic Vietnames foods. We ordered the famous "Bun cha Hanoi", Ginger-Lemon...More
I'm in love with this place. My husband is Vietnamese, and we were so disappointed with DC's lack of good Asian food when we moved here. Then we discovered the Eden Center! We come once a month to stock up on groceries and other delicious...More
They were quite busy there even on a weekday. Full of Vietnamese people, we presumed. Why aren't they at work? Parking has always been a problem here. The manners of the people we encountered were atrocious. One small woman actually shoved in front of me...More
The Eden Center has come a long way to establishing it's name. It used to be called "Vietnamese town-with a food market and just a few shops". It is also known as "Little Saigon. Now it is well known as "Eden Center". The place was...More
This a vast conglomeration of stores selling all things from Vietnam. There are restaurants selling Pho and Vietnamese crepes. There are stores selling exotic Asian fruits and vegetables. We often buy rambutans, durian and mangosteen depending on seasonal availability.
Do come here if you want...More
I would give a zero star if I could. I live right next to this place and it's horrible it's so dirty. The side walk always seems like urine I hate that I have to walk past it to get to other places I have...More
This is where you go for a taste of Vietnamese things. The entire shopping center seems to be occupied by Vietnamese eateries, and shops, such as food stores and dry goods. Since there is a big Vietnamese immigrant population in this part of the Northern...More
Going to Lancaster PA tomorrow with 3 year old-- advice? (2 Replies)
We are taking our 3 year old to Lancaster tomorrow. I've read the prior threads. Is there a place where we can take a short hike or go to a farm or woods? We will be driving from DC so I don't want to do only scenic drives when we are there. On my list are: Landis Valley Museum, Lapp Valley Farm, Ephrata Cloister, and Central Market. We are staying at the Best Western Eden Center. Any thoughts on dining options (dinner, lunch). Doesn't need to be a buffet or totally kid oriented....More
October 17, 2013|
Cherry Crest Adventure Farm east of Strasburg has activities for kids of your childs age, but there is an admission fee. Longs Park on Harrisburg Pike just northwest of Lancaster is probably the closest park to the Eden. It has a petting zoo, which might be closed this time of year. The nearest wooded park would probably be Lancaster County Central Park just south of the city. Oregon Dairy, on Route 272 not far from Landis Valley Farms is my favorite Pa Dutch restaurant(order from the menu...More
Little Saigon, California
Leesburg Premium Outlet (6 Replies)
We are going to visit DC from 4-10 to 4-13. We will stay at Radison Reagan Airport. My wife want to shop at outlet, should I have one day rental car or using public transportation? I knowm they have a small Vietnamese town named Eden Center on Wilson Blvd, so I want to stop by that area too. Thank you for the advice. bz2pp
March 29, 2008|
You will need a car to get to the Leesburg Premium Outlet Center. Potomac Mills is probably closer, but traffic on I-95 can sometimes make getting there an ordeal. I am fairly sure that you could get a bus that would go near Eden Center, but someone else would have to give you directions. No Metro stop nearby. And it is NOT a town in the usual sense of the word. It is more like a shopping mall.