Au Lac offers Vietnamese cuisine with a range of other dishes that provide a comprehensive menu of spectacular sensations. The collection of appetizers, entrees, and desserts features soups, salads, sushi rolls, warm noodle dishes, traditional Pho, beverages, and tasty treats to suit a variety of preferences and dietary restrictions. At Au Lac, everything is made with fresh ingredients that are sourced with care. The chefs enjoy finding new inspiration for menu items, from near and far, as well as new ingredients to add to an already innovative menu.
A New Take on Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine
Au Lac began as one restaurant in Fountain Valley, in Orange County, California, in 1997. It opened a second location in Los Angeles in 2015, and this restaurant is run by Chef Ito who puts a unique spin on traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Chef Ito has a compassionate vision for his meals and for his diners, and he is passionate about offering amazing food that fits in perfectly with an amazing setting. Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, near the theater, concert halls, and sports venues, Au Lac is ideal for any special occasion or to simply enjoy the energy of LA.
Visitors spending the day in Downtown Los Angeles might consider dining at Shojin in Little Tokyo first, and then having dinner at Au Lac a few hours later after shopping or enjoying the arts.