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Posted by powerhaus on 10/31/2013
Run by actual Vietnamese people, which is refreshing. Lunch can be a little crowded. To the poster who was thrown off by the BBQ pork coming in bits (and other uninitiated banh mi eaters), that's just how it's done in most places around these parts. Nem is a ground pork/sausage mixture. Unfortunately, there aren't any places in NYC that serve it in patties like they do in Cali or Vietnam. It's always a sad, crumbly loose meat filling.
Posted by Reece on 07/29/2013
I love this place. The people are very nice and food is great. I order from here a few times a week.
Posted by Nicole N on 07/08/2012
I am in love with their Beef Pho, coconut bun and hot dog bun. I would eat it everyday if I could
Posted by NYCEater on 07/02/2012
My husband and I ordered take out from here. He got the special sandwich, which includes bbq pork, and I just got the bbq pork. What we got was some sort of indescribable meat. The sandwich was filled with these small pebbles of meat. If I didn't know I ordered bbq pork, I would in no way be able to guess this was supposed to be bbq pork. (I would be at a loss at what kind of meat it was) We both ended up scraping the meat out of the sandwiches. The other stuff - carrots, cilantro were fresh and good, but the bread was a bit stale. I would not order from here again - especially since there's much better vietnamese in the area at the same price point.
Posted by jamie on 12/14/2011
I ordered take out last week, and i got the grilled pork chop bun and the springs rolls. Everything was excellent! oh Big portion sizes too! Definitely will be back soon!! :)
Posted by Danielle on 12/02/2011
I'm happy this place opened It's definitely a take-out place. Their vietnamese sandwiches are good as is their Pho. Good portions for the price. And they have a"bakery" section..There's no place as authentic in the area The only problem I have with them is that they don't stay open late enough.