Saigonshack, Vietnamese restaurant, signature Saigon River Powder, sliced raw beef and spread on the powder, the soup head made of beef bones tastes rich, it does not taste greasy, rice flour smooth and fangs! A crisp fried spring roll with shrimp noodles, crab patties, and a Vietnamese sandwich with baguettes and bacon and ham are the perfect choice for New York's dining room.
Vietnamese food was a surprise on this trip, I didn't think that the original in the United States Vietnamese food is so popular, the best vietnamese spring rolls, fillings in the whole prawns mouthwatering.
A Vietnamese restaurant located on McDougall Street in the lower Manhattan district of New York, near Washington Square Park. The restaurant is not big, but popular and often needs to wait in line. Vietnam dishes and snacks are simple but delicious, especially soup powder is very affordable.
We love this place. It is small and there is usually a wait to get a table. Also, there is no air conditioning so they will open the front doors. On very hot days it can be a little uncomfortable. The food is delicious and very fresh. The portions are a very nice size. We usually order a variety of items and share. They have sandwiches, noodle dishes, appetizers, etc. They do have some spicy items and they can be VERY spicy so be careful. They can adjust these for you if you ask.
No reservations, fast noisy and young restaurant. At 6pm waiting is not long. Fried fish was excellent.
The service was nice and the food was fresh, but the flavors were very muted. I had the fresh rolls with shrimp--middle of the road. The lemongrass chicken was hot and nicely grilled but the sauce was so light on fish sauce that it was just salty/sweet rather than authentic. I think the cuisine has been adapted to students/tourists' taste. Not a bad lunch but not particularly bold or authentic (and I've had fabulous Vietnamese food on the west coast and in Asia).
A street near NYU, it has plenty of restaurants, but it's always a hot place, and there's always a line to eat. The signage Pho is cheap and plentiful, and it comes with a big chunk of beef. Other snacks are average. It is worth mentioning that the turnover rate is very high and the waiter is very fast, so the waiting time is generally short.