jeanne b. said: "We went there at 5PM and practically had the place to ourselves for an hour and then it really filled up. The service was great and the food was delicious. The value for the meal was also very good. The miso soup was especially…" read more »
- Takeaway / Fast Food, Restaurants
- Pay & Display
- Price Range:
- Cheap, Under $15
- Smart casual
- Good For Groups:
- Good For Children:
- Wheelchair Accessible:
- Takes Reservations:
- Dietary Restrictions:
- Vegetarian, Gluten-free
- Meals Served:
- Lunch, Dinner
- Payment Types:
- EFTPOS, Visa
Reviews for PHO Saigon Restaurant
6th April 2014
I came here with a group of 12 on Saturday night. We called ahead to see if we could book for 8:30 and they told us yes, but be on time because they will be keeping the kitchen open for us. I thought that was a pretty nice start!
Everyone was so happy with their dishes, nice authentic Vietnamese food. I ordered the nasi lemak which I couldn’t fault especially as it was so cheap.
Unfortunately our table was a little raucous by the end of the night ($2 BYO corkage…) but the staff were unwaveringly polite (or at least that’s how I remember it).
All in all a very positive experience. Thank you Pho Saigon, I will be coming back soon – without wine this time, I promise
19th August 2012
Excellent Pho and traditional Vietnamese food, and the price is really good (~$12 per dish).
I recommend the Pho Tai, it’s just as good as what you’d get in a street restaurant in Vietnam, and even better than some of the places I visited when I was there ! Very much recommended.
8th January 2012
Qaulity food, good portions, good timing for service and friendly staff. Worth a visit! We’ll be going again
by John L.
29th October 2011
Ah finally we found it. use to call South Vietnam restaurant at Elliott street, then Banh Mi Ba Le on Dominion Road and now they have a new name is Pho Saigon. Foods are the same tradition Vietnamese, and we enjoy it. Thumb up.
I like the new shop at Viaduct it nice and cool.The waitress are friendly.Though we can never see Banh Dap ( Grilled Beef on Prawn crackers)again. This people are the only in Auckland made this dished and it so yum.
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