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Posted by PaPa SMurf on 01/10/2008
The Cube Steak Saigon is the best thing I've had that had to do with Steak oh My god it is soo good. I highly reccomend that to any one who is a steak lover. My friends and I always go out to eat there, They should know my name by now
Posted by Anonymous on 05/13/2007
I thought the food was great, and there is much to chose from. We spent a long time looking at the menu, because there are so many interesting dishes. The decor, however, is really bad. It's hard to figure out what mood they were going for. The random music is blasting at 5 on a Friday afternoon, and the waterfall might be nice if it were a more serene place. The booths and the wall decorations would be nice, if you didn't see the ugly paint behind them. I've gone back strictly for the food.
Posted by julsmom05 on 02/23/2007
I went here with my boyfriend who lives in Williamsburg but never actually been to the place...as soon as you walk in there's a waterfall, with a 20 feet bar (about), then a "tropical island" surrounded by tables with 2 seats. The tropical island has bamboo sticks, plaintain trees, some funky rocks - makes you feel like you're in vacation. Perfect place to seat if it's a date. There's also a man painted drawing on a high wall, of tropical fuits and a fish. The menu has a wide variety, the fried yuca, rice & beans, steak, chicken, chimi churi sauce, sea food, well overall everything just taste good - FOR A REASONABLE PRICE TOO!!! I highly recommend this place, and for those that are not done drinking or hanging out, you can walk downstairs and there's the LULU lounge with a karoke...it doesnt get any better than that.
Posted by Fred Rock on 10/16/2006
A friend recommended this place. The minute you walk in there is a water fall of some sort that sets the almost jungle like space into an enchanted forest-like dining area. It's somewhat romantic, but the space was a bit loud. The music that was playing was first some kind of metal rock that didnt quite go with mood of the place. We were seated in a booth that was set to a romantic scene, with soft lighting around and drapes over the eating area. Once the food was served, the lights began to dim and the music changed almost instantly to a very romantic setting. The food was beyond amazing. The presentation and mixture of appetizers and entrees, both Pervian and Vietnamese, made this a wonderful experience to my taste buds. I gave the food a 5 star rating. The mexapolitan, a martini like drink, was also amazing. Nice taste, strong, but not strong enough to make you make a face. A must try! They also have a nice lounge downstairs, where people do karaoke. I definitely recommend visiting this place when in Williamsburg!
Posted by M. Serrano on 08/04/2006
To keep it simple... If you're ever in Williamsburg, Brooklyn check this place out. The setup is awesome the food is great...I love the presentation on the plates. The chefs really do a fantastic job. Prices are reasonable and the portions are sizeable so go hungry and leave happy.