Easy to get here from Times Square. About 5 stops on metro and found restaurant as soon as we got out from station in Chinatown. Broth is very refreshing. Opt for the beef soup and shrimp rolls.
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The staff was rude and in a hurry. The food was okay. NYC offers better Viet places. I don't recommend this one. After our dinner the server included the tip in our check and I told him to remove it but he said "that's our...More
Expect Asian customers with no reservations to be seated first, even if they just came in and you and your kids were on line for 30 min; I had some sanitary concerns about that place as I looked at the back of the restaurant; Food...More
Ate at Nam Son while in NYC on a getaway with my husband and it was very good. Super convenient as it is literally a stone's throw from the Grand Street subway station on the B and D lines. We had Vietnamese crepes, a rice...More
a good Vietnamese restaurant should be rated by their soup, rice noodle, meat, vegetables and service. Other dishes too, and cleanliness. But the "pho" soup is really a standard, I think you'd agree. Another pair of standards: always crowded; they have three shops (below Wall...More
The restaurant was recommended by a friend and I am passing on my recommendation. The food was delicious and plentiful and the service could not be faulted. A good all round restaurant. I would go back next time to try the other menu items.
We were there on two occasions. On both occasions, the restaurant was well patronised. Some of the staff appeared flustered and the service was inconsistent. The menu is not all that extensive. I was, however, satisfied with my order - the #6 rare beef rice...More
i have been there with my wife, during our honey moon we were around NY eating pho, and the vietnam crepe, was really nice experience, the attention was really good and with patience for explain each doubt about the meals, we ordered Pho and the...More