Robert Newton of Seersucker and Smith Canteen hits the Carroll Gardens trifecta with a Vietnamese diner. Linoleum floors and salvaged cafeteria tables fit Ho Chi Minh City schoolhouse vibe. Casual ... read more
Focuses on everybody’s favorite Vietnamese soup, although you’ll also find Thai influence, this being Hell’s Kitchen and all. Chef started out as a Frisco critic before getting ho... read more
Fellows from SPiN do flavor-injected barbeque. Brick walls, mosaic-tiled floor, vaulted barn ceiling are as close to Texas as you’ll find on 12th Street. Headliner is the brisket—shot u... read more
Good evening, Vietnam. Duke peeps cross the river, take over raw industrial space in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge. Rooftop bar provides views aplenty. Twin staircases lead to cavernous int... read more
For a heaping dose of nontraditional Vietnamese flavors smacked between hot and fresh bread, cilantro, and crunchy cucumbers, Xe May is your destination. This East Village sandwich shop caters to b... read more
The Momofuku empire expands north with well-vetted Ssäm Bar toque Tien Ho at the helm. Franco-Vietnamese cuisine, squid salad and bánh mì for the business set. Bustling "green" (... read more
Second location of favorite cheap Viet sandwich spot. Somewhat streamlined version of the original, with decent lighting, tasteful wood walls. Fresh-baked baguettes transformed into either tasty Vi... read more
Husband-and-wife owners turned to Brooklyn when the rent tripled for their Soho restaurant Cedrillon. Different borough, same Filipino/pan-Asian cuisine. Small plates of eclectic dishes: noodles, h... read more
Bánh Mì 172 all growed up. Stylish spinoff restaurant has a strong Vietnamese feel thanks to big murals, concrete block and corrugated metal motifs. Tropical plants dress up spacious ... read more
Owner Dung Trinh worked front of the house at Indochine and La Esquina before opening shop in Williamsburg. His narrow bánh mì venue, enlivened with a bright yellow wall, offers varie... read more
LES entrant into the Great Bánh Mì Scare of Ought Nine. Stoked debate with price tags running nearly double those of nearby Chinatown spots, but counters that its ingredients are high... read more
Was slinging bánh mì before bánh mì was cool (and ubiquitous). Makes a fine sandwich, with more variations than most shops of its ilk offer. Mushroom and tofu to please ... read more
Successor to first-wave bánh mì gentrification. Pioneering An Dong daughter brought porky subs over from Sunset Park way back in ought-four, finally sold out in '11. EV storefront dow... read more
Oh my, this place is tiny! Friend of Tribeca's Nam, with similar quietly stylish palette, old photos of Vietnam on the walls. Healthier, fresher Vietnamese than you'll find at the usual pho shop. G... read more
Every time we come here we can't figure out why we bother eating anywhere else. Awesome authentic Vietnamese, with low prices and Vietnamese physique-sized portions ensuring you can order recklessl... read more
Ambulance chasers pour in from the nearby courts for grilled seafood in tangy barbecue sauce or hearty beef casserole. Grab a hot-and-sour soup or some superior pho and eavesdrop on writs and motio... read more
Namesake phở bang, a Vietnamese beef noodle soup, gets a myriad of makeovers here, from hot and sour to sweet and mild. Buck up the broth with grilled beef wrapped in lettuce, exquisitely greaseles... read more
Lush foliage abounds, along with striking photos of postwar colonial Vietnam straight out of The Quiet American. One of New York's original fusion experiments, it doesn't dazzle as it once did, but... read more
Lan Tran Cao's Viet-thrilla is all the rage with the Tribeca tribe. A modern bamboo-laden interior sets the scene for yummy eats—the war's over, we can all get along now. Warm, buttery mood lightin... read more
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