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Mar 16, 2009 06:52 AM

Saigon Vietnam Restaurant Morristown

Was visiting Morristown over the weekend and got detoured by the St. Patricks Day Parade. Noticed a new Vietnamese Place not far from the Train Station.

Wondering if it is the real deal since I am a frequent vistor and they will never open something like that where I live. Any clue what is on the menu? Banh Mi, Pho....?

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  1. I was excited to find out a local Viet restaurant had opened up in the area so we went out to try it. I reviewed it on yelp if you're interested:

    Long story short, don't bother going there. It's not an authentic Viet restaurant but a Chinese-owned restaurant. I thought Viet Ai in East Hanover was 100 times better. Did not try the pho though. Way too scared to!

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    1. re: babydot

      Thanks for the tip. I've been thinking about going. Now I won't bother.

      1. The Vietnamese restaurant in Florham Park is much better. Don't remember the name, but its across the street from the roller skating ring. Corner of Ridgedale and Columbia Tpk.

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        1. re: gigig99

          ABSOLUTELY agree...go to Viet Ai in Florham Park! The place is's on Ridgedale Ave, almost to the corner of Columbia Turnpike--as gigig said, across from the FP Roller Rink. The entrance is in the back of the building. GREAT pho and other authentic dishes.

          1. re: Curlz

            Yeah, Florham Park is what I meant instead of East Hanover. Their banh hoi is excellent! My husband is Viet and is often impressed by what they have available on the menu.