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Posted by Anonymous on 03/14/2007
I LOVE Saigon Grill and usually order in from there at least once a week. It's my avorite restaurant in my neighborhood (UWS). I am very concerned though, about the labor issues there. I don't want to support a business that treats its employees as horribly as the pickets claim they do. But I'm suffering from withdrawal and having cravings for their fabulous food.
Posted by Shikha on 03/12/2007
I love everything about this resturant especially the food. I'm hooked on Curry Ga, very good if you like spicy food. I don't have anything bad to say about this place. I guarantee you'll love this place.
Posted by De Liver Ease on 03/11/2007
Any info? There is new signage re: the renovation so it appears they really will be reopening of the 88th and 2nd Saigon Grill and there is hope at least :) Chicken Soup -- maybe you can see if this Saigon Grill will make Pho Ga as it is (or was) on the menu of the other Saigon Grills... very tasty and closer to the prescription :)
Posted by victor on 03/11/2007
i tried there a couple of times but was very disappointed.
Posted by Emily on 03/05/2007
If you feel a cold coming on, you must, I repeat, YOU MUST, get the Ox-Tail Soup (Pho Bo), and have it 2-3 times for 2 days and I swear you will be better. I have been doing this for 4 years now and it continues to work. And it is the best here at Saigon Grill. My husband and I unfortunately moved to the UES and since the one there closed, we have to schlepp back to the West Side whenever we feel sick. There are other Vietnamese restaurants on the east side, but none are as good as good old Saigon Grill. The only substitution might be the chicken soup at PJ Bernsteins, but they have so much attitude it negates ant good feelings.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/28/2007
I'm dying without Saigon Grill on the UES...It's been closed for months, but I can't believe it would have gone out of business. Does anyone know when it will reopen?
Posted by clb on 02/26/2007
It's almost spooky how quick they are. I once ordered from them around W 42nd St. while coming home (on W 96th St.) in a cab, light traffic, and they got there before I did. They must cook the food on the bike. My only criticism is that they need more variety in their vegetarian dishes. We order from them so often, we'd like more choices!