20 "Vietnamese" Restaurants in New York.
Di An Di is an excellent Vietnamese restaurant in Greenpoint. Go there for your next date night, group dinner, or solo meal at the bar. Just go there.
Hanoi House is a great, trendy little Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village.
A sleepy-looking Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village that deserves your attention.
We eat our fair share of pho, and have to say that Pho Bang satisfies like no other. There aren’t many things better in this world than a huge bowl of oxtail broth with noodles and fixins – and thi...
A Park Slope Vietnamese restaurant with an incredible patio. This is not your usual banh mi shop.
On a block of Vietnamese places on Baxter Street in Chinatown, Nha Trang is our favorite for pho.
Pho Bar is a casual Vietnamese restaurant in Greenwich Village where you can get some really good pho.
Violet’s Vietnamese Shoppe is a tiny counter-service place in Forest Hills with really good banh mi sandwiches.
Banhmigos is a takeout Vietnamese spot near Grand Army Plaza in Prospect Heights.
Bia is a Vietnamese restaurant near the Williamsburg bridge with a little rooftop patio where you can drink.
Saigon on 5th is a Vietnamese restaurant in Park Slope that specializes in beef pho.
Saiguette is a little Vietnamese place that makes the best (and largest) banh mi on the Upper West Side.
Little Mo is a counter-service Vietnamese restaurant right off the Myrtle JMZ where Bushwick people like to hang out and eat pho and banh mi.
Banh Mi Saigon is a sandwich shop in the back of a jewelry store, and makes one of the best banh mis in Chinatown.