I'm glad Saigon has increased their menu options. Before they became the chain, this was the original and it was authentic and the menu was large and messy and then they streamlined it for 3-4 years and it was literally 1/3 of the original menu which sucked for those who wanted the real stuff.
But it seems like they brought back the original options! So I brought super American friends who were more picky on eating but the Americanized options were done very well. I was surprised by how flavorful and not over sauced/sweet the lo mein, fried rice, and general tso's chicken were! The pho was done well too.
I recommend for those who are first timers, try the fried rice and lo mein if you wanna share. If you wanna be a tiny bit more adventurous either go for a noodle dish-- paid thai or singaporean crispy noodle or if you're soupy, go for the P2 pho which doesn't have the "strange" parts of the animal like tendon meatballs, tripe, etc. The rice dishes that come with a side of chicken, vietnamese meats are also a safe bet.
Their bubble tea here is SUPER sugary. think 150% sugar for those who are bubble tea gurus. bubble are done right but the syrup could leave you with a sugar high for hemoglobin Ha1c haha.
Good homey atmosphere. Slightly dim with the nice kitchen table over each table kinda style. Some vietnamese village kind of setting and the staff are friendly and attentive.
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