Become a regular @ Miss Saigon & you'll see why they are better than all the rest Tucson has to offer!
I have been a loyal customer to Miss Saigon since they opened back in 2001 and the service and food has only gotten better with time! I am appalled and shocked at some of the accusations that I saw online as I searched for their online menu.
The service you get at Miss Saigon is some of the best service you'll ever get at an authentic Asian-run restaurant. Go to California's overly populated Asian eateries and you'll be wishing you were home at Miss Saigon again. As for all the angry face comments - all my trips there have been greeted with wonderful smiles and plentiful greetings and farewells by the lovely ladies (Tao & Mary) and gentlemen that work there (Thai, David, & Jacky).
Being a regular there, yeah I've see the waiters upset about some rude customers throughout the year but they try their best. Remember we are all human and we eat with all types of emotions. Unless you've continually ate there and received bad service then fine - comment how you want to. But if you want to know what good Vietnamese food and good Vietnamese service is you're gonna have to disregard these upset and slandering reviews and give Miss Saigon a try yourself!
- Long-time Customer- 2001 & 4ever
This is an great restaurant that serves some of the most authentic vietnamese dishes in Tucson. Their Pho is very good, and their selection of dishes and beverages is great. The only thing I am disappointed about is that it seems they run out of vietnamese eggrolls often, and I happen to like them alot.
I've been to a few Vietnamese restaurants and granted it is not as nice as the Pho 88 on Campbell and Glen but the food is great and your don't pay extra for sharing your food!
The people are highly amiable and the atmosphere is quaint. The bathroom is also well cleaned.
My favorite dishes and beverages are Pho Ga, Pho Bo, Spring Rolls, Egg Rolls, and their Tai Iced Tea. I would highly recommend going here if you haven't yet tried Vietnamese food and if you have give them a try.
I've been to a few in town but none have the ambiance, friendliness, and variety of drinks and food like this quaint little restaurant. I love the thai iced tea, spring rolls, egg rolls, and chicken pho soup. My husband loves the beef pho soup.
We eat here about one or twice a month and the prices are quite modest. $5 for a big bowl of soup!
This small restaurant has some decent dishes, but overall, the food is bland and can be pretty bad. The price is rather expensive for the portions. Service is mediocre, I waited 25 minutes for a rice plate during a quiet time.
We entered this establishment and were greeted well. Food is excellent and if you order the soups get the small size which is listed with the lower price/higher price; since I was barely able to finish the small size; great porportions. Their spring rolls are excellent. Staff there is very friendly and I noticed that they greeted the regulars by name.
What a difference after our bad experience at Yoshimatsu Health Japanese.
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