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Pho Saigon (Eglinton East)

Posted by Staff / Listed on May 21, 2011 / review policy

Pho SaigonPho Saigon is a bright uptown eatery that features the requisite aesthetic of a classic Toronto Vietnamese restaurant. Tile floors, large windows, a single room and as many tables as you can arrange in a row. Most days however, all those tables are crammed with locals dropping by to consume a quick lunch of aromatic noodle soup or bun bowls bursting with herbage. A welcome Asian oasis in the midst of myriad middle eastern options.



CHE / May 30, 2011 at 09:32 am
no way
you gotta be joking
i'm an easy going guy, realize pho is simple peasant food and a major reason i love it, but nothing good here, not the service, not the food... i went b/c its somewhat close to my office, but regardless of my pho passion and relatively passive needs, i have never gone back, it didn't satisfy anything
koochykoo / October 27, 2011 at 09:39 am
expensive compared to other Pho shops. Not the best of quality either.
TrifeLife / November 11, 2011 at 11:34 am
I agree this place has no place on this list.

The broth has no flavor and the meat was extremely fatty.

Don't waist your time on this joint!
Good times / February 14, 2012 at 02:40 pm
I don't see why people are leaving crappy feedback, ive been to pho joints all over the city and Saigon one is better than most! You get more than what you pay for and the place is clean and looks like they actually tried to make it comfortable. Service is good and staff are attentive.
Mark / October 25, 2012 at 12:31 pm
Used to be a good spot. But prices went up and service went way downhill. Once sat for a good 20 minutes in a near empty restaurant before they even brought me and my girl a pot of tea, and that was after being acknowledged by the waiter as we walked in. Pho Dai Nam a 5 minute drive away is cheaper and much better (albeit surly) service.
henry / December 9, 2012 at 11:33 pm
The food wasn't that great, and the SERVICE IS HORRIBLE. They got our orders mixed up after we tried the food. We told the waiter. He literally picked up our plates and switched it after we had tried the food. I don't eat tripe or tendon, and I had picked it all out. The guy didn't care. At the end, the manager put on an automatic tip. There were only two of us dining there.

If this restaurant is on the list for best pho, I question the integrity of this list.

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