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- $16 for $30 worth of Vietnamese dinner cuisine, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $18 for $30 worth of Vietnamese dinner cuisine, valid any day
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Pho is hard to make. It cooks for hours, filling the air with the smell of rich beef stock as well as cloves and other spices. The chefs at Saigon Saigon, though, put in the time on the complex broth, which arrives at tables with coils of fine rice noodles and fresh peppers and basil. Beneath sprays of bamboo and orchid, there are also bowls of Vietnamese vermicelli topped with lemongrass-kissed slices of meat and a range of curries that showcase the region’s colorful spices.
Saigon Saigon's immersive Vietnamese menu features pho noodle soups, spicy curries, and entrees of lemongrass chicken or roast pork. Diners sip wine while nibbling small plates of shrimp-topped baguettes, mushroom-stuffed spring rolls, or skewers of marinated chicken satay. Main courses appease appetites with stir-fried noodle dishes, or Chef Vu's specialties of rice topped with Saigon sausage and lemongrass pork, flank steak in sizzling hot pots, and filets of ginger-infused salmon. Chefs garnish dishes with colorful fresh veggies and fragrant herbs, and diners enjoy their feasts amid the warm-colored walls and sprigs of bamboo of the interior or in the open air of the patio.