Ask any Vietnamese American who grew up in Vietnam what he misses the most from his homeland and the answer would likely be: Vietnamese cuisine. Tham Huynh and Khanh Nguyen, the founders of Le Mekong in Johns Creek, Georgia, are no exception. Born and raised by the river delta, they never let the taste of South Vietnam escape them, even though they both, combined, have been away from her for almost thirty years.
To conquer their nostalgia for food, they decided to bring Vietnam’s southern flavors to Johns Creek, Georgia, where they currently reside. With Huynh’s classic Vietnamese cooking techniques, and Nguyen’s skills in management, they built Le Mekong from the ground up to share their passion for Vietnamese food and fine dining experience with each and every guest.
Whether it’s a hot bowl of pho, a gourmet Vietnamese crepe (banh xeo), enticing cubes of filet mignon (bo luc lac), a delightful dish of grilled eggplant (ca tim nuong), or a family-style meal such as Vietnamese sour soup with caramelized fish in clay pot (canh chua ca kho to), Le Mekong is a one-stop restaurant for fresh, healthy and delicious Vietnamese culinary.