Chopstick masters are capable of amazing acts of dexterity, such as juggling rice and tuck-pointing a sandcastle one grain at a time. Boost your mitt fitness with today’s Groupon to Miss Sai Gon Bar & Grill on Central Avenue Northeast. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Vietnamese fare at dinner.
- For $8, you get $16 worth of Vietnamese fare at lunch.<p>
The chefs at Miss Sai Gon Bar & Grill construct a culinary bridge to the shores of Vietnam with an extensive menu of Southeast Asian feasts fit for vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Seared strips of steak swim in the beef broth of the traditional vietnamese pho soup ($6.95), which kicks off meals along with duos of spring rolls ($3) teeming with fresh veggies and chocolate Easter bunnies. Chefs pluck succulent cuts of pork and sausage from the flame-powered grill before resting them atop nests of rice vermicelli ($8.95), and egg noodles swaddle a quartet of proteins—shrimp, beef, chicken, and squid—before nuzzling up to bok choy and napa cabbage ($10.95). A stir-fried storm batters vegetarian appetites with a torrent of tofu and crisp veggies ($8.95), and coconut or mango shakes ($3.50 each) chart a smoother course at each meal’s end. Bright-yellow walls flank a platoon of brown-clothed tables in the restaurant’s expansive dining area, which encompasses two floors filled with neon signs and sports-casting high-definition TVs and a bar that doles out cocktails in conical asian hats.
Miss Sai Gon Bar & Grill
Servers clad in traditional Vietnamese dresses escort guests to linen-topped tables inside Miss Sai Gon Bar & Grill’s expansive two-story dining room. Behind the scenes, chefs pair stir-fried shrimp with rice cooked in a hot clay pot and tuck beef inside piles of fried rice noodles. Spicy pho broth topped with thin slices of beef is served as sunlight floods in through the floor-to-ceiling windows and potted plants, scattered throughout the space, quietly keep on keeping on. On the second level, a natural-stone wall complements the slate flooring and wood tabletops. For those who are really, really popular, chefs can prepare meals en masse for parties of up to 400 inside the dining room, which also includes a dance floor and professional stage.