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Saigon Grill (CLOSED)

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  • Vietnamese
  • 620 Amsterdam Ave, New York NY10024 40.7902824 -73.9731412
  • (At 90th St)
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  • (212) 875-9072
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User Ratings (Based on 170 reviews)

3.975
Food 4.3 Value 4.2
Service 3.8 Atmosphere 3.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 875-9072
Fax:
fax
(212) 875-9126
Notes:
Visa, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Daily: 11am-12am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by Susan on 06/17/2012

    It's Good Again

    Saigon Grill used to be the best Vietnamese food in the city. They has some legal problems, and were sold to a new owner. The food went downhill fast! I am so happy to say that the food has returned to its former greatness! I ordered through seamless and my order was here in 20 minutes. I do wish the bo luc lac price hadn't gone up so high, but it's still one of the best dishes anywhere.

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by AVB on 05/06/2012

    Yum!

    Really good food and fantastic delivery time.

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by Midas on 04/26/2012

    best Vietnamese

    good menu, prices, atmosphere. free hot green tea. highly recommended

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by No Dim Sum on 03/11/2012

    No Dim Sum

    Dim sum was adverised next to the name of the restaurant. But no dim sum was available inside. The waiter keep pointing to the small appetizer menu. A complete disappointment.

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by Tom on 01/01/2012

    Better than Ever!

    My wife and I have been bringing friends here for over ten years, and the delicious food, the low prices, and warm service are all better than ever. There are unfortunately some labor racketeers who have targeted this place for payoffs. The NLRB has ruled that the labor racketeers have no case at all, and I assure you that none of the hoodlums out front have EVER worked in this restaurant. It's as crowded as ever inside, for West Siders can't resist a bargain. I just found out this Sunday that they're offering sushi as well. My wife and I tried it, and found it delicious--and just as much a bargain as their other food.

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by K. on 12/10/2011

    Is it worth it?

    Saigon Grill was was such a welcome addition to the neighborhood when they opened on 87th & B'way. The family that opened it was friendly and welcoming, the food, addictive. The food is still as delicious as ever, but after they relocated to 90th & A'dam, the prices soared and the service became curt and snarlish. Is it still worth patronizing?

  • Saigon Grill

    Posted by Jack. on 12/08/2011

    Decent Food, Declining Value, Rude Service = Lost Business.

    Ah, how I remember this place fondly from six or seven years ago. Back then it was really good food, good value, fast & friendly service. Times change. And how. But hearing that ownership had changed (and feeling nostaligc) I decided to give it another try. The food is still pretty good, but the portions have become noticeably smaller. The prices, however, have increased at least 40%, making this place not so much of a good value anymore. The deciding factor, however, which will make it another couple of years before I think about returning is the new rude, uncooperative service. 5 years ago, they'd make you whatever you ordered. Ask for an off-menu combo now and hear the order taker lose it. To compound the matter, the order taker's less-than-perfect command of English led me to understand she was accepting the order, when in fact she was refusing it (for reasons unclear). How a kitchen can't combine grilled eggplant and sauteed green beans will remain a mystery to me. Recommendation: Tough call. There are still a couple of things on the menu that I like a lot, and that they still do well. But it's overpriced now, and the rude service is really off-putting. Adapt or die, Saigon Grill.

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