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“Great pho and atmosphere”

Magasin Vietnamese Cafe
Ranked #548 of 2,142 Restaurants in New Orleans
Cuisines: Vietnamese
Neighbourhood: Garden District
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Neighbourhood: Garden District
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Tasty and affordable. The brisket pho was very good. No alcohol served, but you can BYOB. A nice place to sit and enjoy a lunch or dinner.

Thank Brian M
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Reviewed 29 September 2016 via mobile

Pho not much flavor; leaning grass chicken too hot to eat. Would not return. No sympathy from server.

Thank BinkWms
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

Wonderful find on Magazine St - some of the best Vietnamese food that I've ever had. Fresh rolls were flavorful and packed full of ingredients.. Panko Shrimp balls were incredible. Both Pho and Bun dishes were fantastic. No skimping on ingredients here....Broth was flavorful and incredibly aromatic. Will go back in a heartbeat!

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Thank obdoc
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Reviewed 27 July 2016

This was a pleasant find. The broth for the Pho was excellent and flavorful. The curry beef in the bun had nice flavor. This is a bit of a hole in the wall, but it was pretty busy when we were there for lunch. The prices are good and we will gladly eat here again.

Thank Bondsammax
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Reviewed 12 July 2016

Below average compared to other Vietnamese restaurants in the New Orleans area. I had spring rolls with lemongrass chicken and bun (vermicelli salad) with pork. The chicken on the spring rolls was reheated, so the spring roll was served warm. The chicken did not have much lemongrass flavor. The pork was also precooked and kept in a warmer. The meat was relatively dry and not very flavorful. The bun included warm noodles, lettuce, carrots and cucumber. It did not have peanuts, cabbage and bean sprouts that are mentioned on the menu. It also did not have the green onions pictured on their website. Other restaurants usually garnish this dish with roasted onions as well. The bun came with approximately 1 tablespoon of fish sauce that didn’t have a whole lot of flavor either. I prefer at least 2 to 3 tablespoons of sauce with a little more fish sauce and lime juice flavor. We were there on a Saturday for lunch, and the staff seemed a bit sluggish. Perhaps it takes them a while to get going on the weekend?

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Thank Anthony B
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