Seattle >Food & Dining > A Little Bit of Saigon
Went out of business. An even better Vietnamese restaurant Tamarind Tree with new owners now occupies this location
Rude. As I walked through the door with my co-workers (all male including myself), the owner gave us a dirty look. I didn't understand why till his daughter came over to serve us and asked if we would like something to drink. Afterwards, he took over service of our table and told his daughter to assist the other tables. Come on, first his daughter is not all that. Second, he needs to get a life. We came there to eat. Could care less about his little princess. By the way, I'm half Vietnamese and white. So I don't think he realized I spoke and understand Vietnamese.
One of the best values in the entire city. They serve alot more than pho here. Try some spring rolls with your dinner, they are freshly made and delicious. A huge big screen TV sits in one corner of the restaurant playing football games (which can be great if you like that sort of thing).
Service is efficient and friendly. Take a look at the photos of the owner's dog on the table near the cash register. This is a true family fun place.
Magnificent!!!. It had been awhile since I have dine here, but when I recently visited A Little Bit of Saigon again last week, my experience was just EXQUISITE! There is a new management and the place has had a wonderful facelift. Most of the items on the menu has retained the original recipes and there are a handful of new items. To sum it up, the food delicious, service was excellent. Overall, it was one of the best dining experience I have ever had! 5 STARS!!!
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