Excellent diverse menu, sushi is good, I don't think they are true Szechuan but the flavors are fresh, the portions plentiful and the staff friendly. Service may suffer because this place is packed.
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The three of us decided to explore their Vietnamese cuisine, and we were definitely very pleased. Our male server confused one noodle dish order with rice, but promptly added a side order of noodles for free. We did overhear a female server commenting on the...More
My wife and I stopped in for lunch after a day in Dover. The restaurant is right off exit 8 but in a small non descript building. We had the Vietnamese roll which was spicy, the chicken low mien special, and vermicelli bowl. All were...More
Terrible service, the lady server got confused with our order and brought three entrees when we had ordered two ofcourse as we were two people, and then she started forcing us to take all three & yelled at us for her goof up instead of...More
We eat here once a week without fail. The food is amazing, tasty, generous portions and the price is beyond reasonable! It's a small place packed with great food staff that take top notch care of us every time (I have a gluten allergy, all...More
I can not brag enough about the Pho. It is beyond amazing. I want to try new things, but I order the same every time. The honeydew bubble shake is pretty amazing as well.
Well. What can I say! We still eat here and still love this place. Like this place so much. I now help out doing deliveries after work during the diner rush. If you should visit the Dover, NH area. Saigon and Tokyo is a MUST...More
This small little restaurant cooked up some of the biggest Savers in the Seacoast when it comes to Japanese and Asian cooking. It's evident that people love this place because it's packed frequently. We usually get takeout and enjoy the experience and home.
Went again today and wanted to brag how wonderful this little restaurant is. I always get the Pho soup- it is full of fresh vegetables and piping hot when it brought to the table!! My husband gets the lunch special and he had enough food...More
A friend told us about this hole-in-the-wall restaurant and it was hard to believe. Saigon and Tokyo is sandwiched [!] in between the Dunkin Donuts and the Subway Sub Shop. You'll have to look hard to find it. It's small and unpretentious -- but is...More