Navigating the restaurants of University Avenue is like a never-ending world of mini-vacations. There are so many flavors and experiences to discover. There are tastes of Sichuan, Thailand, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. Fans of Vietnamese food will want to seek out the gem that is Que Nha. Service is speedy and friendly, and the food is reasonably priced. The extensive menu ranges from familiar spring rolls to more adventurous dishes, like varieties of goat meat. The pho arrives in giant bowls, loaded with noodles and begging you to lean in for a facial steam from the spice- and bone-infused broth. The bun — cold noodle salads packed with meat, veggies, and ground peanuts — are especially delicious, the sort of dish in which you keep digging, bite after bite, and never seem to reach the bottom of the bowl.