This restaurant is fairly new to the Theater district in Hell's Kitchen, but has in no time gained a lot of popularity and become a local favorite. ... More
This restaurant is fairly new to the Theater district in Hell's Kitchen, but has in no time gained a lot of popularity and become a local favorite. The interiors are basic and unpretentious, and the major forte undoubtedly remains the food. Although the cuisine is essentially Vietnamese, you can see nuances of Chinese, Indian as well as Thai cooking in it. Try the traditional Pho, Sauteed Saigon Noodles with shrimps and Sauteed Chicken with Vietnamese style ginger honey sauce. There is a list of cocktails, sakes and wines to complement the never-ending menu.
Stumbled upon this restaurant after a matinee of WICKED. And this restaurant experience was anything but! Four of us ate here for under $95. We had sev l appetizers, three soups, four entrees, two drinks. The food choices can be spicy or not, option is yours. The shrimp are large, not the unappealing, microscopic ones. Dumplings translucent and tender. Portions LARGE and prices fair. Ambiance classy, not noisy, service good. All of this impressed us. We would go back in a NY minute!