This family owned and operated restaurant has quite a loyal customer base. The menu here consists of three pages of Vietnamese specialty dishes. The ... More
May Hong Vietnamese Restaurant
This family owned and operated restaurant has quite a loyal customer base. The menu here consists of three pages of Vietnamese specialty dishes. The spring rolls are a great appetizer. The most popular item on the menu is the Chicken Lemon Grass. The people who order this regularly have even earned a name, the J-21ers, for the item number on the menu. This is a large platter of diced chicken sauteed in lemon grass and a spicy marinade with white rice. Vietnamese beer is offered as well as domestic beer.
We get take-out from here all the time. It is great food for a great price and I love the extensive menu. I have never had a problem with eating in the restaurant, either. This is in my top 3 favorite Vietnamese restaurants in Albuquerque.
My cousin took me there and what I treat it was. Now I don't know that much about Vietnamese cuisine, but I do love to eat noodles and I loved what I ate there. (just forgot what it was called. hehehe) Everything is good there, just if you are a tall person like me, you might want to sit at the table rather then the booths. hahaha But all and all, the food was GREAT. If you are there for the first time, try the Vietnamese Sandwich. delicious!!! Next time I'm in ABQ, I'm taking who ever is with me there to eat.
We lived in the Bay Area for 15 years, and had Vietnamese every 1-2 weeks at many different restaurants there, including 'the very best'. There is no better Vietnamese food in Albuquerque! Consistent and good. Best Spring Rolls in town (#A1!).
This was by far the worst dining experience that we have had in Abq. Upon entering we felt like we were inconveniencing the waiter. the service was very slow even though there were few customers. The dishes all had a sweet flavor that did not go with the dish at all. This nauseating flavor actually made finishing the meal impossible. Having come from the DC Metro area where Vietnamese restaurants are plentiful, this was a huge let down.
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