I have been coming here for years. The food is healthy and fresh. The service is good and the prices are reasonable. They are superb with their Vietnamese food; but their Chinese dishes are just average. Therefore if you come, try their Spring rolls with peanut butter sauce as an appetizer. Then try one of their soups. I eat the #14 year round. It is that good!! It is not a very big space. I highly recommend you check it out and enjoy!!Vanessa F.
Our group of five dined at Saigon Flavors for dinner. The variety of menu items is overwhelming. In addition, the chef will also prepare items to order. The restaurant does not offer alcoholic beverages but you are welcome to bring your own. All of us found the entrees to be very good. The portions were unusually large leading two members of the group to take part of their entree home. The tom yum soup was very flavorful and loaded with a variety of seafood. Three members of our group have travelled extensively in southeast Asia and all agreed that the food was authentic and comparable to what we had in that area. We all agreed that we would look forward to a return visit to Saigon Flavors.Jim D.
What a great little restaurant! 4 friends and I enjoyed lunch here and everything was excellent. I had shrimp and broccoli, which came with rice (I chose fried), a cup of soup, and a yummy little egg roll – absolutely delicious and under $7! 2 friends had a tofu dish, another the chicken and cashew special, and the other had chicken curry. We cleaned our plates! Service was perfect too – our busy waitress was friendly and helpful. We are here at another friend’s recommendation and are glad we did.Sue E.