I visited Saigon Cafe with my niece who lives in the area. We stopped in for lunch and were seated quickly. Since this was my first visit it took me awhile to read through all the menu items. Our waitress was friendly and helpful. Food...More
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The kitchen was an exhibition type, I love being able to see the food being prepared. The presentation at the table was first rate, with the condiments placed next to the soup. I ate a soup with shrimp, and tripe, if that's not your thing,...More
Go for the Pho! I go here at least once a month and always get the Pho with rare beef and meatballs. Absolutely delicious. If you aren't sweating by the end, you didn't season it properly!
We have eaten here several times and have enjoyed it, until this last time. The atmosphere was lacking, it wasn't very clean, the waitstaff had NO personality. During our brief dinner, we had 4 different servers approach us. We were a party of 4 the...More
I came in as a solo about 2 in the afternoon and was plunked down down in a vacant area of the dining room. There was about 10 people eating so it was not slow. A server asked what I wanted to drink and brought...More
This was our first visit to this restaurant and it will not be our last. We both had different combination platters. I had the C1 and my wife had the C5. Both were delicious. We are planning on returning and trying different platters.
They were very polite over the phone and had my correct order waiting when I got there. 15-20 min. I had the Satay chicken appetizer which was a little dry but decent flavor. Com Bi Cha Thit Nuong (C1) was my main course. It was...More