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Posted by Jessica M. on 07/19/2011
Fantastic place! What a find. I loved all the items I tried including a number of the appetizers, sandwiches were great and the clay pot is fabulous! Loved everything - the food, ambiance, service. A real gem in NYC. Will definitely frequent often.
Posted by Kate on 05/07/2011
I get Pho cravings and this place is on point. All the ingredients were fresh, meat was tender, it came separated from the broth which prevents the noodles from turning to mush.The delivery came super fast. Had spring rolls as well and they send all the trimmings, they were good but the soup stole the show.I can't wait to try more items on the menu!
Posted by piggie diaries on 03/14/2011
I wanted so much to like this place...but...I was underwhelmed. I tried two banh mi only to be left disappointed. The baguette was so tough I felt like I was in a wrestling match with every bite I attempted to take. To top it off, the sandwiches are smaller and more expensive than my favorite banh mi from Banh Mi Saigon.
Posted by Charles M. on 12/31/2010
Having spent time in Vietnam (vacation not the war), I am always curious to taste Vietnamese food in these restaurants. Many times is a event meal but not quite authentic The food is really great, the service was a+. We had two appetizers, the prawn spring roll and the dish of three spring rolls of different flakes, chicken, beef and pork... They were so good we ordered another of each. In addition we ordered calamari and pho (soup with beef and rice noodles). Pho is one thing I really love about vietnam and this was the real deal... Taste was authentic. Although certain rituals around them meal couldn't be a part of the dinner (a complimentary green tea would have been nice), I have to say this was a surprisingly pleasing and gratifying night out. Thumbs up and will definitely go again! Co Ba!
Posted by Grover on 11/17/2010
My favorite dishes are: CO BA BEEF THREE WAYS is worth having a supply of different types, so you'll always have the means to enjoy this meal alone. Remarkably delicious. BUN CO BA is a colorful dish that underlies a teasing warmth. Grilled tiger shrimp and honey plum-glazed pork are a winning combination in it. BANH MI CHA CA has satisfying ingredients including its house-made pickles. (My only wish for all sandwiches are to be cut in half, not three pieces.) Once they melt in your mouth, they will leave you with a warm glow.
Posted by Allan on 11/09/2010
Was there this past Sunday for dinner....i would agreed with all the previous reviews. The most authentic vietnamese restaurant here in Chelsea. In love with Thi ba roi kho!
Posted by Dearrick on 10/23/2010
I love love love this place. It has by far the best Vietnamese food in Chelsea and the prices and portions are great. Service is friendly and warm. I don't have enough good things to say about it. I dine in or order out at least once a week.