11 superb Vietnamese restaurants in the heart of New York, US
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Banh mi Saigon
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Location: 198 Grand St, New York, NY 10013
Having operated for more than two decades, Banh Mi Saigon has become a famous restaurant in New York serving Vietnamese traditional dishes. Banh mi, vermicelli, spring rolls, and papaya salad are among available dishes in the restaurant especially roasted Banh mi stuffed with meat is the most preferred dish among customers, Thanh Nien reported.
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Location: 180 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
Hello Saigon offers a varied menu with different Vietnamese dishes and beverages. The restaurant serves customers with soup, salad, savory dishes as well as iconic dishes like pho, Banh hoi, vermicelli, and Banh mi. Banh xeo (Pancakes) and spring rolls are the two most favorite dishes.
The restaurant also runs the door-to-door food delivery service to meet the increasing demand of customers.
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Madame Vo currently owns two facilities with one serving Vietnamese specialties at 180 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012, and the other serving grilled dishes at 104 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10012.
Founded by a Vietnamese couple in 2017, Madame Vo represents the essence of Vietnamese traditional food made from the best ingredients.
Madame Vo serves patrons with a wide range of dishes notably Vietnamese Hue-Style Beef Noodle Soup, Pho, and Banh xeo. Madame Vo also provides door-to-door delivery service through delivery applications such as Doordash, Grubhub, and Foodboss.
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Location: 43 Mott St, New York, NY 10013
PhoBar is one of the most famous Vietnamese restaurants in New York. PhoBar has a diverse menu with elaborately-decorated Vietnamese dishes as well as their new versions with new savors.
Three recommended dishes here are Vietnamese Hue-Style Beef Noodle Soup, Pho along with spicy and sour ribs.
Sai Gon Dep
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Location: 719 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10016
Sai Gon Dep is one of the favorite places of Vietnamese culinary enthusiasts in New York. The restaurant offers door-to-door delivery service through delivery applications such as Uber Eats, Postmates, or Seamless.
The dishes at Sai Gon Dep is processed so as to satisfy the locals’ taste. The typical dishes here include Pho, chicken-stuffed Banh mi, or spring roll.
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Location: 89 Baxter St, New York, NY 10013
Thai Son is located in the Chinese street, serving a variety of dishes with different cooking methods, from stir-frying, stewing, seafood, or desserts. “Must-try” dishes here are roasted chicken rice, Pho, and spring rolls.
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Location: 20 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003
V-Nam Café was opened in 2010. The restaurant specializes in serving appetizers, Banh Mi, Rice, and noodle soups which are all cooked by Chef Hoang Lieng. V-Nam Cafe has acquired its reputation for its quality as well as service.
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Location: 162 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Bricolage possesses green space with an airy atmosphere. The dishes at Bricolage are evaluated as extremely high-quality and beautifully-decorated. Spring rolls, papaya salad, or banana salad are among preferred choices by diners.
Little Saigon Pearl
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Location: 9 Bay 35th St, Brooklyn, NY 11214
Little Saigon Pearl was launched by a Vietnamese family. The restaurant serves customers with diverse, fresh, healthy, and rich-nutrition dishes. Banh Cuon (Steamed rice pancake) and Bun dau mam tom (Rice vermicelli with fried tofu and shrimp paste) are “worth-try” dishes here.
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Location: 38-40 Bell Blvd Bayside, NY 11361
The menu at Pho Grand is so varied ranging from spring rolls, Banh mi stuffed with roasted meat to beef balls. The price is from US$4 to US$15 depending on each dish.
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Location: 37-15 Broadway, Astoria, NY 11103
District Saigon began in 2016 in Astoria when father and son, Lam and Michael Lien, partnered with a family friend and pho aficionado, Louis Leung. The menu, focusing on both traditional and modern dishes, combines Vietnamese flavors and techniques with local and market-fresh ingredients.
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