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Posted by Becky V on 11/15/2006
The food was great, but the place was so tacky looking! Overall, it was a fa-mazing experience, but they should totally remodel... muchos besitos.
Posted by Stephanie on 11/12/2006
This was my first time ordering from Saigon Grill-- I often walk past it, and it's always full... now I know why! They delivered in 15 minutes flat, and the food was excellent quality. The dumplings were so tender and succulent, and the eggplant was also extremely tasty and tender. And it came with a salad in addition. This was one of the best takeout meals I have ever had. I would highly recommend this if you're in the mood for Asian food.
Posted by Rachel on 11/02/2006
My finace and I eat and order delivery from here all the time!! The food is wonderful; the value is fabulous. I have nothing but good things to say about this place. They will deliver in less than fifteen minutes, and they will make whatever special requests you have.
Posted by Allison F. on 10/16/2006
I first visited this great find when they were on Broadway and 87th Street. They were so crowded and the food was always so fresh. Now that I've moved back into neighborhood, we've gotten delievery from them. You must try their Curried shrimp soup w/noodles. Personally, I don't like curry but this soup has so many great flavors, spicy too! They have 2 kinds of spareribs, both delicious but the one's w/plum sauce are the best. I would highly recommend the Basil Chicken. Stay away from their dumplings. Their new restaurant location is more spacious and you're not bumping elbows w/people from the table next to you. Anyone who likes the taste of the Orient, will love Saigon Grill!
Posted by sorbs on 08/16/2006
You hungry? Come on in… Really nice food I suggest the Bo Luc Lac and #78 – whatever that noodle dish is. Sushi is good too… Probably the best value on the UWS.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/20/2006
Great restaurant. I eat here often and I'm never disappointed. This is how a restaurant survives and even thrives in Manhattan: excellent food, fair prices, good portions, great service and a pleasant atmosphere. The new Saigon Grill in the Village on University Place and 11th Street is a bit more upscale in atmosphere, but the prices, quality and service remain the same.
Posted by Margaret on 07/17/2006
This is typical Asian food not for American market design. For a middle age Asian is good always eat here. Price is very fair and most impressed is the old boss always there even he is handed over the restaurant to second generation already. May be that is the reason why the original taste still hang in there!