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Once ensconced in a stall under the Manhattan bridge, this distinguished Vietnamese institution was reinstalled in the rear of a jewelry store. One thing they do... More »
Sao Mai ("Morning Star"), far from Chinatown in the East Village, offers a Vietnamese menu that doesnâ??t stray into Cantonese territory, nor does it offer a useless variety of... More »
Like it's smaller sibling, Than Da II, this spic-and-span restaurant produces excellent banh mi. At this larger outpost, the real draws are the noodle soups and sundry... More »
The cooking of Chinese expats in Southeast Asia is featured in area Chiu Chow restaurants, the best of which is that ancient Chinatown fixture New Chao Chow... More »
Co Ba aims to serve the same kind of homey Vietnamese cooking offered at neighborhood stalls, though this version is prettified and refined. The long, enticing menu comprises small... More »
Skip the pho at this Vietnamese restaurant, which moved from its old home across the street into more luxurious digs, which make you feel like you're in a small, but very... More »
David Chang's foray into Midtown showcases chef Tien Ho's Vietnamese-French cooking. Lacking the crowds and the excitement of Chang's downtown ventures, Ma Peche gets by on the... More »
A few years ago great Chinatown Vietnamese all but disappeared. Now Viet restaurants are springing up in unexpected places like Bath Beach, where the... More »
French restaurants try to cop this title, but they don't have a chance this year with Pho (sounds like a gangsta rapper, right?) in the running. This humble... More »
In spite of its decaying premises, this remains the city's best Vietnamese cafe, with a limited menu concocted for cabbies, who leave their cars idling as they dash in for... More »
The fried rice at Nightingale 9 has been crisped in pig's fat and comes dotted with clouds of fried egg. But the best thing about it might be the little pieces of sweet and salty country ham, which deliver a comforting taste of street food, but also show us how immigrant communities continue to elevate, complicate, and revise American food culture.
The dish at Nightingale 9, a new...
No cuisine is as obsessed with fresh herbs as Vietnamese. Take the papaya salad ($8.50) at Sao Mai. In the moist toss of pale green fruit and bright orange carrots—both shredded into shoelaces—darker flecks catch the eye, like exotic birds flitting through foliage. And when you take your first bite, these...
Dale Talde sure knows how to write a menu. In perusing the bill of fare at his new Park Slope restaurant, Talde, I found not a single dish I didn't want to devour. Pretzel, pork, and chive dumplings? Yes, please. An iceberg wedge with Sri-rancha dressing, blue cheese, and Chinese sausage? Holler!
And as I discovered...
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