Coming Soon: Rice Paper in CenPho

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Yay! Spring rolls in CenPho. Yet another reason to love the Coronado neighborhood.

Opening later this month, Rice Paper will feature more than 20 different types of fresh and crispy spring rolls.

This will be the second Vietnamese restaurant brought to the Valley by sisters Lan and Hue Tran. They've also opened Saigon Kitchen in Surprise, which is more of a family style restaurant. Rice Paper will tailor to the younger hip crowds downtown and will also offer a full menu in addition to the spring roll bar. (Did someone say freshly made Vietnamese sandwiches? And Pho? Oh my!)

More details after the  jump.

The sisters' hope is to create a fun, modern atmosphere in which people will enjoy leisurely hang outs on the reg. There will be both indoor and outdoor seating with a large community table inside, along with a full bar (think beer, wine and Asian inspired cocktails), tables for smaller parties and a wrap around patio outside.

Rice Paper will be open seven days a week with late night weekends, located at 2221 N. Seventh St. between the newly opened Humble Pie and America's Taco Shop.

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