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Posted by Pho eater on 08/26/2008
Some of the reviews speak of it as being so horrible. My roommate and I went down there and we both had appetizers and dishes and we spent under $20. We spent almost all evening looking for a place to eat and decided on this one because they were on the cheaper side, the decor was nice (it looked real cute inside), and they did have a variety of foods to choose from. The eggrolls were amazing! It is a great night-out-with-friends restaurant. It's not a five-star, New York City, restaurant but friendly, clean, and affordable. I'd recommend it!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/22/2008
You can't beat the prices at this place. Everything on the lunch menu (which I think is also the dinner menu) is so cheap. The food is above average and for the price you are getting more than you piad for in terms of portion size and quality. If you work or happen to be in the area I'd say try it out. But don't make a trip down here especially to eat here.
Posted by dandeg on 01/24/2008
the food is tasty and cheap. great find in chinatown. I eat there as often as I can.
Posted by talking turnip on 01/23/2008
Had Pho Viet Huong for lunch today. I was completely disappointed. Having been to Vietnam and Thailand, this is NOT authentic food. I had spring rolls and beef pho, and my food (both courses) were at my table in less than 3 minutes. Clearly not done to order. The fried spring rolls were kinda mushy and warm, not hot. The pho broth was decent, but too much cinnamon in the broth. It was hot, and the bowl was much larger than other places in Chinatown, but I've definitely had better.
Posted by margaret on 09/23/2007
The best Vietnamese food I've ever had at absolutely unbeatable prices. I will make it a point to come to this restaurant again.
Posted by Nicole Friedman on 07/09/2007
I tried a few dishes I never had at any other Vietnamese restauarant before: steamed rice cakes (with yellow beans) and shrimp salad. Both sound simple but both were pure heaven. The rice cakes come with mashed beans (slightly sweet), crunchy fried shallots and green onions...dipped in nuac cham sauce it is divine. The salad oddly had celery in it but they had marinated it and it worked perfectly....crunchy, salty, sour and sweet. Amazing. Decor is poor but this is Chinatown afterall and the food is cheap.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/04/2007
A friend and I decided to eat here after wandering around the neighborhood one night and it was one of the best meals I've had in New York in a while! The service was very quick and friendly and both of our meals were great! Best of all, we had an excellent dinner for a total of $12! You can't beat that in New York and I can't wait to go back!