This downtown favorite serves more than 150 authentic Vietnamese dishes. The decor is casual, with dark floors, tables topped with hunter green ... More
Little Saigon Restaurant Incorporated
This downtown favorite serves more than 150 authentic Vietnamese dishes. The decor is casual, with dark floors, tables topped with hunter green linens, and white walls graced with colorful paintings. Guests here enjoy inexpensive Vietnamese delicacies including Vietnamese Pancake, stuffed with pork, shrimp, and sprouts, stir-fried shrimp with rice, and pork and minced shrimp served over noodles. Beer and wine are available. Reservations are suggested, particularly on weekends.
Most disgusting Vietnamese restaraunt I have ate.... So little meat and so cheap.... Poor service.... I gave the lady couple cents for tip and she comes chasing me by my car saying should be more tip what kind of nonsense is that.... I don t know what to feel disrespected or disgusted.... Worst Vietnamese restaraunt I been to.... Makes me don t want to eat any more vietnamese food ever!!!!!! I warn any who wants to eat there don t!!!!
Really good food. The people who complain about there not being a lot of meat don't get only Americans eat more than a few ounces of meat a day because we're disgusting, gluttonous pigs. They make it the traditional Vietnamese way which means light and delicate flavors.
The place is very popular with the locals. Price is right - inexpensive - $7.00 for a bowl of PHO. The Pho was good, not the best Pho I've had, but good.
The Service is poor. They closed up the joiny with three couples still eating. Put chairs on the table, turned the lights out everywhere except where we were. I would still go back if it was convenient.
Real nice place to take a Date, but not the place to eat. Looks are nothing everything comparing to this restaurant. They lack of good services. After you get your entree, they do not come back. My few past experience been horrible. I had bugs on my vegetables. Last time, i took it an hour for my food to come. The place was slow and all the servers were sitting around chi-chating. Food comes in very low quantity of meat. A few pieces of meat with your rice noddles or rice called it a meal here. PHO HOA is the best place for Pho and traditional Vietnamese.
They took a long time to seat me at a table they needed to clean, yet they never touched it. Service was slow, they never asked me for a drink, never refilled my glass of water, and did not bring the sauce with the plate. The waiter did not make eye-contact and did not check up on me after he brought the 'food.' Never, never again. Avoid this place like the plague. I hope the waiter enjoyed his penny tip.
This is a great place for the entire family. My kids love the huge fish tank and the food is fresh and tasty. There is no other place I know where a family of 5 can get good fresh food for less then $45.00.
I heard so many good things about this resturant so i decided to go ahead and try it out. I was dissapointed in the food quality. Summer rolls had old stale vegi and a hard dried crust on the out side, this is the new age summer rolls? Soups were plain and flavorlesss. Service was quick but inexperienced. Don't think I will be coming back.
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