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Sep 7, 2010 09:26 AM

I want some vietnamese food in Westchester

Can someone please tell me why there are no Vietnamese restaurants in Westchester or if there are where are they ?

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  1. Where are you in Westchester? If you are near the CT border, there is a very nice Vietnamese restaurant in Danbury called Pho Vietnam.

    1. and the folks in hell would like some ice water.

      1. I work in White Plains and wish there were some Vietnamese restaurants around. Luckily, I live in Danbury, so I can get my fix at Pho Vietnam, but it makes no sense that there isn't a single Vietnamese restaurant in all of Westchester County. I'm always wanting a bowl of pho at lunch in the winter. Maybe the next time I am in Pho Vietnam, I will let the nice owner man know of a goldmine just waiting for him to expand into.

        BTW, Pho Vietnam was recently renovated and is a lot easier on the eyes now.

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        1. re: BlueSoup

          It's been a few years since I worked in White Plains, but Hong Kong Chef, a Chinese divey take-out on Mamaroneck Avenue also had (don't know if they still do) a Vietnamese menu. Their pho, while not great, was ok.

          1. re: Marge

            I tried it last winter. sadly, no, not even close.

          2. re: BlueSoup

            Agreed, the renovation at Pho Vietnam is easier on the eyes...but harder on the ears. The room is louder and has more echoes / reverberation. But the food is great!

            And even though the cuisine is from a tropical or sub-tropical region, Pho and winter is a perfect match :-)

          3. I have been bugging the owners of our favorite vietnamese restaurant in the city ( Nha Trang Centre), to open one, as well as the owners of my local nail salon, who is aevidently a great cook. no luck yet.

            1. It can't be that far off.... what with the opening of the new falafel place in Hastings and the new Ethiopian place in Mt. Kisco... two things I never thought I'd see in Westchester!! Incidentally, I had Vietnamese food for the first time in (suburban!) Massachusetts a few weeks ago, and I finally understand why everyone is clamoring for it in Westchester!