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The Everyman’s Guide to the Best Vietnamese Food in NYC

The Everyman’s Guide to the Best Vietnamese Food in NYC


Thrillist

From a superior bánh mì shop in Sunset Park to two restaurants run by Slanted Door alums.

One of the “Best Sandwiches in NYC”! Who? Us?

by admin @ Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich

urray! We got a “Best Sandwiches in NYC” write-up on REFINERY29!   “The house special (bánh mì đac biêt ), spicy, from Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich Deli. It was the first non-American sandwich I ever had when I moved to New York, and the combo of fresh herbs, fatty pork, and the perfect roll (with a […]

Restaurant Week 2018 - Ruth's Chris Steakhouse

Restaurant Week 2018 - Ruth's Chris Steakhouse

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

So right now is Restaurant Week until February 9th. I have to say that I am on a fence when it comes to Restaurant Week: it is a great event, but not all restaurants are embracing the principle that is for diners to discover restaurants and, in a way, want to come back to try their regular menu. No, some restauranteurs simply lower the quality of their food: too bad. But I have to say that Ruth's Chris is not like that: first of all, they have a delicious lunch menu that they serve all year long, crafting a menu for restaurant week is not too far fetched.

Zagat’s, Best Vietnamese Restaurant in NYC

by Ed Lin @ Bricolage NYC

Zagat’s Best Vietnamese Restaurant in NYC Alums

New York Times Mention

by david @ Bricolage NYC

A little mention from the times is

Georgian Wines and Vietnamese Food….A true bricolage!

by Ed Lin @ Bricolage NYC

Great intro into Georgian wines and also

Haru Sushi in Times Square

Haru Sushi in Times Square

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

I love fusion food and I am always curious to see what restaurants offer in that area that makes them original. One of the great places for Japanese fusion is Haru Sushi, that I discovered many years ago, for a first exposure to this kind of cuisine. We went at their restaurant in Times Square before going to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It was our first visit in that location and I was not sure what to expect, restaurants in that area sometimes focusing more on foot traffic than returning customers. Well, the service there was courteous and the food simply delicious. 

Pushback — Episode 7: Larry Krasner’s Revelations

Pushback — Episode 7: Larry Krasner’s Revelations

by Malcolm Burnley @ Pushback

Larry Krasner, the Democratic nominee for district attorney of Philadelphia, has a higher profile today than he’s ever had. The New York Times, The Atlantic, […]

Starstrucked! Sara Moulton pays us a visit!

by admin @ Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich

onored!  TV personality Sara Moulton and brother, Judge Moulton, visited us! Well you know we had to make her try that world renowned, sweet, strong, and thick Vietnamese coffee!

Newyork.com – Top 10 New and Noteworthy Restaurants

by david @ Bricolage NYC

Nice to be mentioned along side other

Yakiniku Futago, Japanese Steakhouse

Yakiniku Futago, Japanese Steakhouse

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

I recently went to Yakiniku Futago, few blocks from Union Square and I was blown away: the food there is superb and there is a nice and relaxed atmosphere, all the ingredients for a great evening. The decor is beautiful, elegant and zen, with a noise level that was perfect considering that I like to enjoy a good conversation with a meal. 

TV show host Sara Moulton tweets about our banh mi!

by admin @ Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich

hef, cookbook author, and TV show host Sara Moulton tweets:   Just had the best banh mi with my brother, the judge, at this place on Broome St – fresh! But add hot sauce. Absolutely Sara!  Sriracha makes everything perfect!

Lincoln Square Steakhouse on the Upper West Side

Lincoln Square Steakhouse on the Upper West Side

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

My brother and nephew Valentin invited us to Lincoln Square Steakhouse, a restaurant I never heard about before, admitting that I rarely hear about steakhouses on the Upper West Side. Well, that was a surprising experience. On the facade, I noticed two things: "Family style" and "Italian steakhouse". In fact, the only things that combined both on their menu was their Italian family style section that serves two, proposing dishes like eggplant parmesan, lasagna, or rigatoni a la Bolognese, as well as their dessert sampler that had cannoli and tiramisu.

Del Frisco's Grille at the Rockefeller Center

Del Frisco's Grille at the Rockefeller Center

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

Few weeks ago, we decided to try Del Frisco's Grille at Rockefeller Plaza. Not that this place was totally unknown to us as we tried their location in Hoboken and I admit that at the time, I liked the brunch, but less the dinner. When we arrived, the place was packed and we were glad to be seated in the back of the dining room, a space that was less noisy and had a bit more light.

Pushback — Episode 4: The Politics of Pot, Part I

Pushback — Episode 4: The Politics of Pot, Part I

by Malcolm Burnley @ Pushback

Co-facilitators of the Temple University class “Marijuana in the News,” Chris Goldstein and Linn Washington discuss the ways in which the media fails to cover […]

Morimoto in NYC, NY

Morimoto in NYC, NY

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

When people ask about a place for a nice dinner, I often mention Morimoto, behind Chelsea Market. We went there many times and were never disappointed, the food being as good as the presentation of the dishes beautiful. So, this is where we decided to have a last dinner with my nephew Valentin, before he went back to France. He also loves this place that was one of the first dinners we had when he came for a visit few years ago, as we wanted him to discover Japanese cuisine. 

Tex-Mex food at El Original in NYC, NY

Tex-Mex food at El Original in NYC, NY

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

We were walking on 10th avenue when we noticed a place called El Original, a Tex-Mex restaurant adjacent to a hotel that I cannot recall the name. The place is big and I was glad we went for brunch as it looked more like a bar and I could already imagine the noise level for dinner. There were definitely not that many people for brunch, besides a group of construction workers who seemed to be regulars. 

Pushback — Pilot: What Does It Mean to Be a White Ally?

Pushback — Pilot: What Does It Mean to Be a White Ally?

by Malcolm Burnley @ Pushback

“From Birmingham to Blacks Lives Matter: What Does It Mean to Be a White Ally?” is inspired by the lengthy letter Martin Luther King wrote while locked away in a Birmingham jail, in which he expressed disappointment in the white church and white moderates. The episode features local and national guests exploring the topic of effective white allyship.

Revisit: Bocca di Bacco in Hell's Kitchen

Revisit: Bocca di Bacco in Hell's Kitchen

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

Few weeks ago, we went to one of the locations of Bocca di Bacco in Hell's Kitchen and had a great time with my nephew Valentin. So we decided to go back, but tried their other location, still in Hell's Kitchen, but closer to Times Square. I admit that the experience was not as good: they were definitely understaffed in a place that was really crowded, affecting the service there. It started with the hostess who was not very nice at first, but then apologized, to the waiter who did not even check on us (forget the bread basket and the cheese on the pasta), to the food that took forever to come, prompting us to skip dessert.

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Banh Mi Zon - Official Website | Order Online Direct


Banh Mi Zon - NYC - Official Website

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Empanada Mama in Hell's Kitchen

Empanada Mama in Hell's Kitchen

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

It’s been probably 11 years since we last went to Empanada Mama in Hell’s Kitchen and I did not recognize the place at all. At the time, it was a tiny spot (I believe the photo from their site below is how it was before), really crowded. Now, it is a fairly large restaurant serving more than just empanadas, but with still these delicious turnovers as the stars of the menu, with various options for the dough (wheat or corn), including one called “viagra”, that is not what you are thinking: it is apparently made of seafood (not sure the waiter gave me the right explanation...), and for the healthy conscious, there are some oven baked.

Burgers at Kings of Kobe - The Burger & Hot Dog Monarchy in Hell's Kitchen

Burgers at Kings of Kobe - The Burger & Hot Dog Monarchy in Hell's Kitchen

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

We wanted to have a burger or maybe I should write I wanted to have a burger, and decided to go to check out Kings of Kobe, a place I found on instagram. This place is an odd to Americana, serving burgers and hotdogs made with all natural American wagyu beef. So I was expecting quality burgers, as going for both a burger and a hotdog would have been too much considering the size of the hotdogs they serve. 

Sara Moulton films an episode of her show

by admin @ Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich

amous cookbook author and TV personality Sara Moulton featured our sandwich on her show.   Sara to her brother Judge Moulton:   “the best restaurant … the most incredible banh mi.” Aww, thanks Sara!  

Fantastic dinner at Basta Pasta

Fantastic dinner at Basta Pasta

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

One of my colleagues, Abe, has been talking about Basta Pasta for a while and so, Jodi and I decided to go there for dinner. Little did I know that this place first opened in Tokyo, back in 1985, with the concept of having an open kitchen so diners could enjoy a sort of cooking show, offering entertainment as well as good food. Five years later, they opened their Chelsea location, where Chef Takada crafted a creative menu inspired from classic Italian dishes.

7 Best Places for Delicious Vietnamese Food in NYC

7 Best Places for Delicious Vietnamese Food in NYC


spoiled NYC

Because balance during a meal is everything, there's Vietnamese food.

#AsianFoodMafia: An Inside Look at Brooklyn’s Asian Food Scene

by david @ Bricolage NYC

It’s 10:30pm on a frosty December Tuesday,

Pushback — Episode 1: Sightings of Solidarity: A Movement or Moment?

Pushback — Episode 1: Sightings of Solidarity: A Movement or Moment?

by Malcolm Burnley @ Pushback

From safety pins to protests, acts of solidarity have been all over the news in the early days of Donald Trump’s presidency. But how exactly […]

Brunch at Antique Bar & Bakery in Hoboken, NJ

Brunch at Antique Bar & Bakery in Hoboken, NJ

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

It took me some time to post about my brunch at Antique Bar & Bakery in Hoboken, but there are places like that that you cannot forget and I admit that their menu was quite interesting and the experience good, to the point that I am still looking forward to going back for dinner. 

L'Angolo in TriBeCa

L'Angolo in TriBeCa

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

Two weeks ago, we went to Deck The Walls, an annual event organized by the New York Academy of Art in TriBeCa. After that, we were set to eat Italian at L'Angolo, a place located at the corner (L'Angolo means the angle in Italian) of Duane and Greenwich. 

Luckyinsider: Lien Lin

by Ed Lin @ Bricolage NYC

When most people think of Vietnamese cuisine in

The East Village’s Wave of Vietnamese Food

The East Village’s Wave of Vietnamese Food


The New Yorker

Madame Vo and Hanoi House appeal to New York’s cravings for authenticity, offering traditional dishes in obligatorily hip settings.

Ice and Vice, creative ice cream in The Lower East Side

Ice and Vice, creative ice cream in The Lower East Side

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

Alright, this post is a bit overdue, but I admit that the experience at Ice and Vice was quite memorable, their ice cream being quite original, with flavors like hibiscus, rose and Swedish fish fluff for their seasonal red ice cream, or cucumber, lemon-verbena, ginger basil-seed for their green ice cream. I have seen so many people posting photos on Instagram that we decided to go there, close to Chinatown, and I admit that, although very creative, it does not measure up to Morgenstern's Finest Ice Cream, that is a fantastic place. Here is what we tried:

Eater.com thinks we are hot!

by david @ Bricolage NYC

Two veteran’s of San Francisco’s renowned Vietnamese

MySaigonese

MySaigonese


MySaigonese

Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Welcome

Welcome


LUCY'S VIETNAMESE KITCHEN

Fresh Vietnamese food in the heart of Bushwick.

Daily News Review

by david @ Bricolage NYC

Wonderful, humbling review from Michael Kaminer in

Pho Vietnam 87: A Cut Above Chinatown's Vietnamese Restaurants

Pho Vietnam 87: A Cut Above Chinatown's Vietnamese Restaurants


Eater NY

A friend who grew up in Hanoi lamented the state of Vietnamese food in New York. "Sometimes it looks the same, but it never tastes the same." We were standing in front of Pho Vietnam 87, a new café...

Vietnamese Iced Coffee

by admin @ V-Nam Cafe

Hello Saigon | NYC | Greenwich Village | Vietnamese Restaurant

Hello Saigon | NYC | Greenwich Village | Vietnamese Restaurant


Hello Saigon

Hello Saigon is a Vietnamese Restaurant located in Greenwich Village, New York City. From Pho (noodle soups), Spring Rolls, Vermicelli, Grilled pork chops, all the way to family style cooking dishes in Vietnamese cuisine, Hello Saigon provides authentic Vietnamese food from Saigon to the locals in N

Fondue at Mont Blanc 52, Midtown West

Fondue at Mont Blanc 52, Midtown West

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

The last time I went to Mont Blanc 52, it was called Maria's Mont Blanc and was located in the Theater District: same owners but different location as they lost their lease. The one on 52nd has less exposure to foot traffic, but equally good and welcoming. We went there for dinner, eager to try this time their cheese fondue. I admit that I was surprised about the price, as, for $54 of two, it seems a bit overpriced, and did not expect having a salad and some fried potatoes (called rosti) that then explained the price.

Best Vietnamese Food in New York

Best Vietnamese Food in New York


NYC.com

From pho to banh mi, New Yorkers love Vietnamese food, and the caliber of restaurants that cater to that cuisine is proof that there's no place like Little Saigon!

Chez Napoleon, French restaurant in Midtown West

Chez Napoleon, French restaurant in Midtown West

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

Chez Napoleon is one of these old school French restaurants I wish to see more often in New York: casual and cozy, not pretencious, this is the perfect place to try some French classics like escargots, frog legs, cassoulet or liver. If you are vegetarian, you might be out of luck, the only choices being in the hors-d'oeuvre section (appetizers). This place, opened in 1960 and now run by a third family, the Brunos, is special to my heart as this is where we went for our second date with Jodi a long, long time ago and I recall, as a former vegetarian, she courageously tried the escargots, frog legs and rabbit that we got, not really liking them, but still impressive...

Mostly vegetarian dinner at The Little Beet Table

Mostly vegetarian dinner at The Little Beet Table

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

We were looking for a restaurant on a Friday when we stumbled upon The Little Beet Table, a place located few steps from the Flatiron that focusses on local ingredients, mostly vegetarian, with only few non-vegetarian dishes. Their menu is interesting as the plates show some creativity: it is not an after thought and, for a carnivore like me, quite satisfying. Here are the dishes we tried:

Newyork.com – Vietnamese Crepe at Bricolage

by david @ Bricolage NYC

The Vietnamese have a way with words

Ramen-Ya Samurai Edition in the West Village

Ramen-Ya Samurai Edition in the West Village

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

Ramen-Ya Samurai Edition is the second location of Ramen-Ya, a place I discovered a couple of years ago. Bigger than its sister restaurant, the Samurai Edition, the food there was delicious and quite comforting, especially in cold temperatures.

Food

Food


Nha Minh

Nha Minh Menu 2015

Mémé Mediterranean in Hell's Kitchen

Mémé Mediterranean in Hell's Kitchen

by I Just Want To Eat! @ I just want to eat! - I Just Want To Eat! |Food blogger|NYC|NJ |Best Restaurants|Reviews|Recipes

When people think about Hell's Kitchen, they think about 9th avenue, disregarding the great places that are on 10th. Ok, there are not as many there, but you can really find good quality food. One example is Mémé Mediterranean, a place that proposes Mediterranean tapas with a large Moroccan influence. In fact, mémé is an old word for grandma, the work mamie being used more often. Brothers Alon and Jacob Cohen decided to call it Mémé as an homage to their mother, called this way by their children and cousins.

Hello world!

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The best New York City restaurant for every type of cuisine

The best New York City restaurant for every type of cuisine


Business Insider

From barbecue to Vietnamese, here's where to find the best food in NYC.

Our Veggie Rolls Featured in a New York Times Article!

by admin @ Saigon Vietnamese Sandwich

  riter Calvin Trillin organized a food tour around Greenwich Village and SoHo.  We were one of the stops!  

Locations

Locations


Pho Bang Restaurant

Pho Bang Restaurant2245 Manhattan Blvd., Suite 101Harvey, Louisiana 70058504.309.3352Open 8am-9pm, Monday-Sunday Other Locations 932 Westbank Expressway Suites C

New Thanh Hoài - Vietnamese Restaurant in Jersey City

New Thanh Hoài - Vietnamese Restaurant in Jersey City


New Thanh Hoài - Vietnamese Restaurant in Jersey City

Contemporary, high-ceilinged Vietnamese restaurant with an extensive menu & a full bar in downtown historic Jersey City.

NYC Needs Radical Street Redesigns To Thwart Truck Terrorism, Experts Say

by David Colon @ Gothamist

In light of Tuesday afternoon's deadly truck attack that killed eight people and injured twelve more, questions are being raised about how to prevent or at least mitigate the kinds of attacks that had until yesterday been seen largely in Europe but not America. With cars and trucks still a major facet of American life, some legislators, street safety advocates and urban design experts see street redesign and safety improvements as a major facet of counter-terror tactics. [ more › ]

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