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Posted by Puchy on 08/07/2011
All my family loved it! Since we didn't have vast experience in vietnamese food they suggested we try first their sample platter. Loved everything, specially the dumplings!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/22/2011
I eat here often, and consistently find the food to be delicious and service prompt and friendly. Even before an evening show, the restaurant is quiet enough to talk, and doesn't feel rushed & crowded. one of my favorites!
Posted by Robin W. on 05/22/2011
A friend recommended Saigon 48 for our dinner before a show. My pad thai was utterly delicious and enough for two people. Such a reasonable price, too! My friend was very happy with her meal as well. I hope to visit Saigon 48 on my next trip to New York.
Posted by audrey on 03/17/2011
glad i didn't read these reviews before choosing saigon 48 for dinner during my trip to nyc last weekend. service was attentive, food was delicious, and prices were very reasonable. the waiter knew we were crunched for time to get to a performance and he took care of us. i really don't know what everyone is complaining about!
Posted by Manhattan Local on 09/26/2010
When I had entered the hostess was rude and not at all accomodating. She felt it was such a chore to seat us and rolled her eyes as she escorted us to our seats. The food was flavorless and not at all good. I should have known after reading other reviews but decided to give this place a chance. After complaining that the food was room temperature it is to my belief that the food was not cooked to order but heated in a microwave. Nothing was done to accomodate the order. I paid my bill and didn't leave a tip. Don't waste your money here.
Posted by RT on 05/05/2010
I have visited heresemi regularly for the last year. Great bang for the buck. Never had a bad meal here. Great menu selection.
Posted by michele on 07/24/2009
ahem ... it's no wonder they dont say thank you ...no one tips 15% for home delivery ...unless your right next door and have an elevator ... thats a lot more work then waitering a table especially when its raining or cold ... delivery is usually a flat tip ...minimum tip $3 in nyc for home delivery... usually 5 if its a big order .