Nearly every time my brother comes to visit me here in the South Bay, he absolutely must have lunch at Pho Nam, this down-home Vietnamese place in Sunnyvale, housed in what used to be an IHOP building (with the cool sloped ceiling). While their pho is really solid, better than anything else I've had around these parts (I like to get the eye round steak, brisket and tendons), the dish my brother craves is Number 62, the barbeque chicken over rice with Vietnamese eggroll, topped with an egg over-easy, and broth on the side. He drizzles Sriracha sauce into that sour-sweet dressing stuff that comes with the rice plate, then dowses the entire dish with both the dressing and the soup and starts shoveling in the food.I like to take little morsels of chicken with spoonfuls of fluffy rice and maybe a bit of egg, and dip each spoon carefully in the dressing before eating it, then chasing it with broth. It's a very methodical process. Either way, it hits the spot on a Sunday afternoon after church!