Enjoy the atmosphere of this small cozy restaurant with wood and bamboo accents amid a serene atmosphere serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Choose ... More
Saigon Bay Vietnamese Restaurant
Enjoy the atmosphere of this small cozy restaurant with wood and bamboo accents amid a serene atmosphere serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Choose from a diverse selection of delectable dishes from an extensive menu of authentic noodle soup, spring rolls, chicken, beef and pork entrees. There are also flavorful fried rice dishes and red snapper, a chef specialty. Along with the meal, enjoy a glass of wine, cold beer, or a frozen or blended cocktail. Save room for coconut, ginger, or green tea ice cream to cool your palate. - Vickie Ferguson
They were VERY busy the day we showed up. It was Sunday and there was a large church group dining there. I won't be going on Sunday again but the food was very good. I thought the fried rice tasted pretty much like chicken fat and won't be ordering it again but the pho was good. The appetizers were excellent. The service was pretty decent until we wanted to leave! But I blame that on the fact that the large group was also trying to leave at the same time. I would absolutely recommend this place. Clean, good food, friendly staff... I will return... just not on Sunday!
I thought it was great. The Pho was excellent. The dining room was tastefully decorated and inviting. The service was very good. I am in town on business for a few months and will definately dine here again.
I went to Saigon Bay and got carry out as my husband was recovering from surgery at Moffitt Cancer Center. The food looked and tasted fantastic. During my third bite of food a baby cockaroach crawled across the cup of sauce. Needless to say, despite the quality of food I cannot recommend someone to eat here. If a live baby roach made it into a carry out order, the restaurant must have an incredible roach problem.
Not here. First lets start by saying the service was great. Granted we were in there at opening (11:00 am) and there was only one other couple in there. We started off with the Spring Roll. 99% have shrimp and pork, here is your 1% no pork. This left them with out taste. The peanut sauce was next item with out taste. The two main ingreients. Hoisin and peanutbutter. This sauce had an overpowering taste of Hoisin sauce (not enough peanutbutter). The main course was Pho. I'm not real sure what was missing (other than the flavor) but it was.
Over all it was average fair, priced accordingly.
loved the noodles.great service but the place could use a major clean!!! i was reluctant to eat the food after seeing how dirty theplace was.its as if they dont own a vacum or know how to dust!! the ambiance is very unappetizing.
This is the best Vietnamese food ever! I have ordered from here every Saturday for eight months and everything is great. The sauce is freakin' awsome, but beware it may be addicting! I would reccommend C7, the charbroiled chicken w/ spring roll, delicious! You can't go wrong with this place. I LOVE YOU SAIGON BAY!
I ate dinner there last night. It's a typical strip mall restaurant. Nothing special about the interior. The menu was very complete. I ordered Ph? T�i N?m G�n S�ch noodle soup with steak, flank, tendon, and tripe. It came piping hot. The G?i Cu?n roll, with shrimp, pork and rice vermicelli, came with a spicy dipping sauce with crushed peanuts. The menu contains rice plate and vermicelli bowls. The service could have been friendlier.
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