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  • Vietnamese, Chinese
  • 59 1st Ave, New York NY10003 40.725146 -73.9874449
  • (Btwn 3rd & 4th St)
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  • (212) 598-9898
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User Ratings (Based on 20 reviews)

3.375
Food 3.5 Value 4.0
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 1.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 598-9898
voice
(212) 598-9896
Notes:
Delivery Take-Out
Hours:
Daily: 11:30am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Take Out
Min Delivery:
5.00

User Reviews

  • New Saigon

    Posted by Ben's Mom on 11/05/2011

    Really disappointing food and slow delivery

    Wow, that was REALLY disappointing food! The most unappetizing Asian food I've ever had! The chicken was flavorless and the tofu was fried to death. The egg rolls were so chewy that I couldn't even separate it with my teeth! Plus, I got my food 45 min after I ordered. This is the first and last time I will be ordering from here.

  • New Saigon

    Posted by ilikespiceyfood on 06/30/2010

    Good stuff especially for the price!

    This place is cheap and good. The vietnemese sandwiches are big, simple, and delish and they're $4 bucks! The vietenemese hot & spicy soup is flavorful and yum yum. Its a good easy place to get take out or delivery from.

  • New Saigon

    Posted by local10002 on 01/23/2010

    Poorest Delivery Service in EV

    i ordered an egg roll and rice vermicelli and my order took over 1 hour to arrive, which is just ridiculous. the food was not good either. the egg roll contained cabbage only....and the spring rolls in the rice vermicelli were super soggy. NOT recommended!

  • New Saigon

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2009

    Worst food ive tasted in New York by far

    If this is one of the best Vietnamese places in the east village i'd hate to taste the worst. I never post on these things but 4 stars for this place is insane. I ordered 3 different dishes, viet beef with rice that after tasting 1 cube went straight in the trash. Vietnamese spring rolls which after one bite, followed the beef directly into the trash. And the Chicken with string beans which if i hadnt been so hungry would have followed the other 2. I probably managed 10 mouthfulls, then yup, you guessed it..trash. Hate talking badly about things but this was without a doubt the worst food ive ever tasted in NYC..grim at best. My advice would be to grab a cuban instead, Cafe Cortadito on 3rd and B is awesome. Or, and as sad as I am to say this, go grab a McDonalds up the block, quality would be a whole lot better.

  • New Saigon

    Posted by Don't give me peanuts on 06/26/2009

    Is that an EpiPen in your pocket?

    Really good and really cheap BUT those who are allergic to peanuts need to be careful. Peanuts are a garnish on everything here, and in my experience, it seems like saying "no peanuts" translates to "MORE peanuts!" No, no, no! The food here is pretty good but it's going to be hard to tell while you're in anaphylactic shock.

  • New Saigon

    Posted by jk on 09/04/2008

    Consistently good food at a great price

    This place is run by nice people that may come across as rude over the phone. But don't hate, the food is great! It is really a take out place and I wouldn't recommend eating there unless you have no other option. My favorites: Chicken with basil, curry mixed veg, bbq beef appetizer, spicy chicken soup. The veggie spring rolls are also a staple. Even the usually greasy fried dishes are good and don't feel too artery-clogging. I tried their banh mi (sandwich) which was a bit of a let down (I'm used to the best). But aside from that, I can't say I've had a bad dish.

  • New Saigon

    Posted by Viviana on 06/06/2008

    Delicious and non-greasy

    This is one of my favorite Asian take out places. It's always delicious and non-greasy even when I order fried foods.

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