Anthony

July 6, 2013
2801 Arctic Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
609-347-9119
  • Cost: $$
  • Credit Cards: No
  • Alcohol: BYO
  • Parking: Street
  • Take Out: Yes

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July 6, 2013

Review

The oldest Vietnamese restaurant in Atlantic City, established in 1990, Little Saigon offers an extensive menu of traditional Vietnamese dishes.

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Summer Rolls (Nem Cuốn)

Little Saigion is a tiny, cash-only, spot that caters to non-Vietnamese diners (no chopsticks on the tables, no sliced jalapeños with your phở). It gets lot’s of great reviews, but that might simply be  the novelty for many of trying Vietnamese cuisine for the first time.

Beef Pho

Beef Phở

The “country style” summer rolls (nem cuốn) with chunky pork sausage to start are very good. The phở is decent, but does not have the depth of flavor I’ve found at spots like  Com Tấm Ninh Kiều (Atlantic City) and Pho Eden (Cherry Hill).

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