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Pot au Feu is a nice change of pace in what seems to be a incessant amount of Tex-Mex options in the area. The kitchen here does not necessarily focus on French food despite the name, because there are internationally-inspired dishes as well as Steak Frites and the beef stew or Pot au Feu. During their brunch service, the seasonal menu is always a hit and it's probably the best time to come if you're looking to match price and portion.
Across the street from the Cielo Vista Mall, Pho Tre Bien brings Vietnam to Old El Paso. Here you order by number off the somewhat overwhelming menu but, you will soon find out that the choices are just variations on a theme. If you're here for pho, the three main categories are Rice, Yellow and Authentic noodles. Each one comes with your choice of steak, seafood or chicken. If you can, try to get a table on the beautiful garden patio, complete with a waterfall and a meditating Buddha.
El Paso is not necessarily known for its variety of cuisine, however this Korean establishment located near the airport is a welcome addition to the usual routine. Every meal comes with the ubiquitous Ban Chan or small appetizers that range from the spicy, sour Kimchi to the sweet Japchae noodles, so bring your appetite. The prices are reasonable and since the place is usually packed with locals, it usually helps to come in early.