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Openings: Big Bites in Mountain View

Uploaded: Oct 7, 2013
A new Vietnamese restaurant joined the ranks in Mountain View in late September: Big Bites, serving typical fare of noodle bowls, pho, banh mi's and more. Big Bites is pretty off the grid, with a bare-bones website, but you'll find them on 570 N. Shoreline Blvd. in the Bailey Park Plaza Shopping Center and can give them a call at 650-390-0860. The Yelp verdict so far: great taste, excellent value, large portions.

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Posted by Chrisc, a resident of College Terrace,
on Dec 29, 2015 at 11:32 pm

The link in the above article no longer works. I did a search and found this link:Web Link
The menu looks very good. I will try it if I can remember it when I"m in the neighborhood.


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