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300 Baronne St, New Orleans, LA 70112-1606, New Orleans
Yes they have all Dat now. Service is wonderful.
This place is popular with local business people mainly for lunch. Probably doesn't make sense to open on the weekends. Try nine roses in the quarter if you are craving Vietnamese in the area.
Hi. Thanks for your response. Can you contact me please to see if you can post it to my hotel. I'd pay of course.
We were looking for some good Vietnamese food while in town and chose this place based off of the Google reviews and pictures. Big mistake! The spring rolls were sad and barely had any filling. They were about as thick as a hot dog - no bueno. The pho was super bland and missing the distinct cinnamon/anise aroma. What a let down.
Decently priced food, quick service.
Love love their Seafood Pho. The best!!
Great food at great prices. The staff was friendly and helpful. Nothing like a hot bowl of pho on a cold, blustery evening!
The best Vietnamese food I ever had. Fresh and flavorful
Not very good Vietnamese food. Probably my least favorite meal during my 5 days in New Orleans. Too bad as they are in a good location. The setting is nice but unfortunately the food is not that good. Would not recommend.
Wonderful lunch! The pork bahn mi is super yummy. Great staff, friendly smiling faces and good food! Cheers⚜️👏🥂
get the lobster and snow crab appetizer. best food i've had in awhile. wait staff was awesome!
Nice place, tasty food and great staff!!..😊
Visiting NOLA for a week. This place is on the same block I'm staying on. I tried it out of convenience. WOW! Charming service. Excellent food. Best ragoons. If you like sushi, I recommend the seafood salad. If you aren't a fan of sushi, the chicken with noodles is a great pick.I have now tried several restaurants in the area and this my favorite. Its where locals go. ;)
Absolutely delicious food and I would go back again soon
We had the Chicken Dumplings, Rare Eye Round Noodle bowl, Rare eye and beef brisket bowl and beef fried rice. All were delicious and generous portions. Definitely recommend this place!
Awesome Pho, my only complaint was no tripe. It's not for everyone though so zero complaints!
Food was tasty. Portions r nicely sized. Service was very good. Will eat there again!
Open? ... Have some respect for yourself... And my time
Nice place to go near our hotel. Needed more chicken pieces for my husband's chicken pho soup! 😁 Also there's toilet papers everywhere in the the lady's restroom. 😕 They should have personnel checking on that periodically.
They serve really tasty and authentic Vietnamese food. I had a Vietnamese Po-Boy (banh mi) and my wife the traditional Pho Bo. Both were great.
Clean Vietnamese food but unfriendly service. All Pho soups here have beef broth so vegetarians and pescetarians have to get something else. Always amazes me Vietnamese places won't include one veggie Pho option and this place is no exception. Menu becomes quite limited once you remove all Pho. Still the shrimp and noodle dish was clean and served quickly.
Sushi was great! Pick up took less than 15 minutes.
Regular joint for decent Vietnamese food
Amazing brisket pho, and fried egg rolls. The noodles in the pho were perfect! Wish we had pho a place this good back home. If you are in New Orleans and hungry, save this restaurant to your "want to go" list. Hopefully coming back for sushi tonight! Ambiance at 10am was perfect.... No one here. Staff is super sweet. The bar tender even chatted up my wife while I was in the bathroom. She gets lonely, so thanks for keeping her company man. Appreciate that! 😅
Very friendly service from Alex. He had great recommend rations on the food. Prices were very fair for the area. We ordered a ton of sushi and Vietnamese soup. It was so good we had to order second plates each.Definitely recommend restaurant
Food was okay but not great. Soup was warm but not hot like it should have been. Everything came out at different times.
Good food, good service, clean. Just a bit pricey to me
they have the best PHO! so quick and so so friendly!!
Super nice folks serving a great bowl of Phò
Pho broth was a little "thin". Brisket not as tender as some other places. All said, I kicked it up with hoisin, Sriracha, and chili sauce anyway and did enjoy my meal. But makes me appreciate my local pho restaurant even more.
The food is good, but, if you are planning to eat there, bring a heater and a parka. It's colder inside than outside. I asked the waitress why it was so cold, and she said she was cold as well. Bottom line, get the food to go.
Broth from pho is excellent. There was, however, no option for adding tripe, which is a pho staple. When I asked for some undiluted fish sauce, they have these little bottles, like the mini liquor bottles on planes, so it was a nice touch. I also had the tofu broccoli rice to go and that was delicious as well. Service is friendly but slow.
I had the brisket and eye round pho and a California roll it was all very good and full of flavor. My husband had the seafood salad which he said was the best he's ever had and he alsp has three sushi rolls that he can't remember the names of but said they were all very tasty too.
The pho to go was pretty good. I bought the seafood pho. During the shutdow, the food was pretty good
Came here for the first time to take out food and this restaurant surprised me! It’s very nice and very clean restaurant! Food was absolutely delicious! Staff are very welcoming.. they will smile and greet you. I will definitely come back and definitely recommend it!
Really great food. Good prices especially for the area, amazing service and staff. Am definitely coming back while we are here. Location is perfect from our hotel. Wow! On the food.
Food was excellent and came out fast, service is good! We Love it!!
Fridge dumplings were fine, nothing special. Sushi salmon was not the freshest, but was still good. Pretty average overall
Great menu, good food, and a break from New Orleans typical fare. Just blocks from the French Quarter, but so different. Pho, Bahn mi, and more. Wonderful attending staff, quiet comfortable setting, and probably right around the corner from your hotel. Viet New Orleans offers yet another French influenced twist to delight your taste buds.
Visiting from out of town and it's was one of the best places, and for sure the best value for what I ordered in the city! Perfect place to get a break from all the deep-fried food. And of course it was delicious. The shrimp spring rolls were to die for!
Awesome sushi and reasonably priced wine sushi and bahn mi was great. Pretty building and supes friendly staff....
Food and service was decent but the rice for the sushi was hard and ordered pho to-go and asked for hot garlic spicy sauce, did get it. Good price though
I love Vietnamese food and that was the worst viet food I’ve ever had. On top of the awful food when we walked all the way back to our hotel with our food to find that the order wasn’t even correct. I really wish I could get my money back. Huge waste of money we ended up throwing the food away & ended the night hungry.
Food was enjoyable, service was a bit average. But was really nice to have a break from fried food
Nice food comfortable pricesI had a great time.
loved the dumpling pho & rock n roll sushi. staff was very friendly as well
The Viet Orleans roll is delicious
I couldn't give it the extra star because I have been spoiled with Pho in my lifetime. I do feel like this place was definitely on point. We were greeted with friendly faces and it helped that it was raining outside. Rain always makes soup feel extra special. It was my first time in New Orleans but I will keeping this place in memory for the next time I'm there. Anybody looking to experience for the first time or need a new spot to go to. Definitely check these guys out.
The menu is extremely overpriced- obviously a tourist trap- for bland miso and rolls comprised mostly of rice and a few thin slivers of avo/fish that one could otherwise buy from the sushi counter at rouses (local grocery). The servers have no idea what they're doing to boot... I was charged full price during happy hour.. she even tried to argue with me claiming they didn't even have happy hour. It's written on their menu for Pete's sake. I had to show it to her. I then wasn't even given proper change- she was $10 short (they're probably used to dealing with intoxicated tourists so get away with it). Whatever. Go to Sake Cafe uptown. You'll get WAY more for your money, in terms of both food/Bev AND service/competence. Or if you're stuck downtown check out two chicks cafe or even the Thai place next door on gravier.
It was so good ! Must go back in my next visit
Only went in to order takeout, but it looks great inside, and everyone was helpful. The pho was amazing. Will be back for sushi before leaving.
Quick and easy Vietnamese food to satisfy your cravings.
Superb sushi and pho! A great healthy and convenient choice near the hotels in the area. Linda was very friendly, enthusiastic and offered good advice for meal choices.
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