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Posted by Mike on 2013-01-02
I had #1 Pho - huge - it was sarge, mushes. I also had "Goi Cuon". The taste was very good even those the Pho was sarge, but I was very thirsty when I got back to my apartment. I think the restaurant put too much MSG in their dishes. It enhance the tas
Posted by Anon on 2012-12-10
Have been to multiple Vietnamese places in the city over the years with my wife, who is Vietnamese herself. This is our favorite go-to place. Great pork chop rice, goi cuon, and banh cuon. IMO, just about the best pho in the city. They are incredibly frie
Posted by Mike on 2011-02-17
I've sampled just about all the pho in and out of the borough of Manhattan. Of all the little, Viet places around, this one is our favorite. Very reasonable; when you get the check, you might think they made a mistake. The owners are very friendly as well
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-06-24
I absolutely love this place. I've been going every sunday as a little girl! My parents still go every sunday and to the person who said its not authentic bc the staff spoke Chinese, they are Vietnamese people who also speak Chinese. The main chef is Viet
Posted by Caroline on 2009-12-15
The best shrimp lo mein ever!!! Good prices, large portions, yummy stuff!! I also love the summer rolls!
Not the most cozy place in the universe but the food makes up for it!!
Posted by Nikki on 2009-11-23
I'll get right to my complaints. I wanted a vegetarian bun entree and they literally served me a pile of noodles with just fried tofu on top. No vegetables. The waiter was rude and pushy. They slammed my drink down on the table. Also, I have no idea how a
Posted by New Tu Me on 2009-08-21
We had a nice simple fresh meal last night. Rice noodles, shrimp, spring rolls. Big portions, tasty, not heavy or greasy, and friendly service in a pleasant new location. Give it a try.
Posted by jungirl on 2009-03-27
i love the new location across the street, although i have to say i miss the eternal christmas icicle lights that would reflect in the double mirrors in the old location. i have been going to eat vietnamese on baxter for the past 20 years, but once my fr