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Posted by Fluffy on 05/19/2013
Miss Saigon is one of the few DC-based Vietnamese restaurants that is worthy competition for the fine Vietnamese restaurants clustered around the DC area. The foods is excellent, tasty with their special ingredient , well marinated. You will get the best service at this restaurant after your long day visit the historic attraction in the area. I'll come back again!
Posted by Anonymous on 11/03/2012
had really good caramel tofu dish. lots of good vegetarian options. probably one of the better viet restaurants in the city. prices are average- not as cheap as i like but also not that expensive. portion size is large though. my dad got shrimp fried rice and he really liked it. big shrimps that were fresh! my dad is very hard to please so that is a compliment! overall i would go back again!
Posted by Edward G on 04/18/2012
I usually get Miss Saigon Grilled beef, and share it with my wife who orders vegetarian goodies
Posted by Cliff on 05/09/2011
Drove all the way from north of DC to take my wife to Miss Saigon last night for Mother's Day. She was worth it, the restaurant was not. The decor (advertised as a Vietnamese garden setting) had a few plastic palm trees and several straw hats on the walls. Tacky, but we came for the food and a wonderful first experience. We were seated in the back of the front section, and my wife observes that the open door from the entrance is letting in all the loud street noise from the cars and buses in addition to the fumes. We asked the manager (who was also the bar tender) if he could please close the door. He said "No, I need to leave it open to get more customers". This was a very poor start to what we were hoping would be a pleasant experience and evening. Clearly, once you were inside, you as a customer, was considered history. The crab and asparagus soup for $4.99 was ridiculous, with microscopic bits of crab rather than pieces. The two entrees we had were OK, but hardly good enough to ever warrant coming back.
Posted by Simon Y on 02/20/2011
My first Vietnamese food experience. Myself, wife, and son enjoyed our food. I had Shrimp with ginger and scallions. I felt it was a very good dish and they did give a nice portion. My wife enjoyed the chicken mixewd vegetable, and my son enjoyed his carmelized salmon in a pan. I felt the spring rolls to sticky but tastey.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/23/2008
This is hands down the best vietnamese food I've had in the city. I highly recommend the pho and the spring rolls.
Posted by dc visitor on 03/25/2008
Went here on Easter Sunday when visiting my son in DC..Food was excellent..last time I ate Vietnamese was many years ago in France. The shrimp in blanket was crisp and hot, the shrimp wonton soup excellent-wontons delicate and tasty. and the Viet Steak was incredible. A very enjoyable meal