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Favorite Foods From Buena Park to Get You in the Fall Spirit

Even if Buena Park temps stay in the 70s well through the fall months, there are plenty of local foods that will bring the cozy feelings of fall to your table. Order up a bowl of warmth at one of these Buena Park restaurants that are ready to serve you a taste of the season.

Chicken Noodle Soup at Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner in Buena Park, CA

Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner—There's really nothing that gives you the cozy feelings of fall quite like a bowl of chicken noodle soup. Mrs. Knott's is well known for their creamy take on this favorite soup that is a great starter to any meal. To really immerse yourself in the fall spirit, go for the chicken pot pie—a flaky crust filled with tender pieces of chicken and vegetables, and topped with chicken gravy. The home-style goodness of the chicken and dumplings is another satisfying option for the fall months.

The Cauldron—Not only does The Cauldron's decor give you all the spooky fall feels, but their soups bring it to another level. Go traditional and try their French onion soup, or opt for the soup du jour that comes in, you guessed it, an adorable cauldron.

The Kickin' Crab—Cajun is a natural choice for the fall and The Kickin' Crab does it right with the KC Gumbo topping the list. This filling soup is full of chicken-pork sausages, shrimp, corn, celery, okra, tomato, and bell peppers, and can come with or without rice. The Clam Chowder is another strong option with baby clams, potatoes, and cream.


Black Ramen at Yoshiharu in Buena Park, CA
Yoshiharu Ramen—When the flannels come out, you know it's time for some ramen. Head over to Yoshiharu Ramen where you can grab a bowl of their most famous dish, the Tonkotsu Black Ramen. Pork bones boiled for 10 hours provide a richness you can taste in every spoonful of the luscious broth.

Main St. Pho & Grill—Authentic Vietnamese Pho from Main St. Pho& Grill is a solid choice year round but it is especially welcoming when the fall breezes kick in. Get your pho topped with beef brisket or shredded chicken, just the way you like it.

Ramen & Tsukemen TAO—It's all about the miso broth at Ramen & Tsukemen TAO and we are down for it. Order the White Miso and you'll get a white miso base blended with pork broth and infused with ginger. Pork fatback makes the Red Miso a rich and creamy choice.


Soup at SUP Noodle in Buena Park, CA

SUP Noodle Bar—Pho is the natural choice at SUP Noodle Bar with the Pho Filet Mignon topping the list. Savory broth is topped with tenderized filet mignon, a very lean cut that's packed with flavor. The Pho Chin swaps in a 4-hour braised brisket that's both tender and rich. You can even make your pho "shaken style" that gives your bowl the distinctive northern-style pho flavor.

Porto's Cuban Bakery & CafePorto's homemade Carrot and Ginger Soup adds just a touch of curry for the heat that we love in the fall months. Or, go savory and order the classic Cuban Black Bean Soup that is simmered with roasted peppers, potatoes, and Spanish seasonings.


Kitakata Ramen Ban Nai—As delicious as it is beautiful, the Aburi Miso Ramen from Kitakata Ramen Ban Nai tops the list of fall favorites for sure. You'll get a savory pork broth with a miso base that's topped with toro chashu, bean sprouts, seaweed, corn, snow peas, bamboo shoots, green onions, and chili oil.

Braised chicken and rice at Yang's Braised Chicken in Buena Park, CA
Yang's Braised Chicken RiceYang's Braised Chicken Rice serves one item and one item only—braised chicken rice. Order it regular, authentic or spicy and whatever you choose, know that it will be delicious.

La Huasteca—You can't go wrong starting your La Huasteca meal with the Sopa de Tortilla that is topped with panela cheese and avocado. Seafood lovers should definitely go for the Caldo de Piedra—a seafood and vegetable soup that's boiled with flamed rocks.


dPotWhen you want your meal your way, shabu shabu at dPot is the perfect option. Start by choosing your protein from options like Wagyu beef and pork belly, and then select a broth, noodles, and vegetables for a filling meal that's perfect for fall.

Meet and vegetables in hot pot at dPot in Buena Park, CA

Gangnam House—Enjoy the essence of traditional Korean BBQ when you start your meal off with a bowl of the Kimchi Stew at Gangnam House. Full of flavor and packed with vegetables, you might not have room for more after you finish your bowl.

Aji Limon—Peruvian cuisine is the star at Aji Limon and the Sustancia de Pollo o Carne is a favorite. Your choice of beef or chicken is cooked with onions, vegetables, and noodles in this savory soup. Sopa a la Minuta is another excellent option. Beef or chicken soup is topped with angel hair noodles, milk and aji panca sauce, and served with fried eggs and toast.

Fall is one of the best times of year to visit Buena Park with pumpkins and scarecrows around every corner. Book a night or two at one of the dozens of hotels in the area to really immerse yourself in the spirit of the season. For more tips and recommendations on what to do when you visit, download the Buena Park Travel Guide or request a copy be sent to your home.

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