Savor Saigon in Levittown is out of business.....!!!!
Last night I was itching for my Pho fix at Savor Saigon and when I pulled up the windows were covered up and a sign said "coming soon xx pizza and subs"........I was sickened!!
Does anybody know if they're gone for good or just moving????? I loved it there.....good food, close to my house, and cheap.......a guilty little pleasure for my family.
Too bad........now I'll have to drive to Willow Grove as there is no longer anything closer!!
Oh no!!! my parents live in levittown and that was one of the few good restaurants in that area! Great pho, great bubble tea, great lettuce wraps. The last thing that area needs is yet another pizza and sub shop (and dont they realize they're called hoagies??!!). I hate to see great local little places go out of business but all of the chain restaurants out there seem to be thriving.
From what I heard this was not due to financial issues, there were other factors involved and it was planned. Sad to see it go, best seafood noodle soup!
My husband and I went there a couple times in the past few months and thought it was just closed because we went by on mondays. So about a week ago, we went again...purposely not on a monday and much to our horror it was closed. Nice owner, delicious food...a rare gem in lower bucks county. Does anyone know of another Pho/Vietnamese restaurant in Bucks or Mercer (NJ) counties? It is convenient that the H-mart is close by since I am now forced to get my Vietnamese fix at home. Fortunately, I got a great cookbook for Christmas...Pleasures of the Vietnam Table by Mai Pham. Highly recommended
Probably closest is Pho and Beyond in willow grove. Right off the Turnpike. You have two Pho restaurants in North Wales (Pho and More and Saigon on Main. Pho Tai Nam in Blue Bell and Vietnam Cafe in Telford are additional Pho options. There is one on Bustleton Ave right on the border of Bucks County and Philadelphia called Pho Palace (in the same shopping center as what used to be a genuardis, and is near the intersectioin of County Line and Bustleton.)
Other than that, I am not aware of more Vietnamese restaurants. On Street road in Bennsalem there is one restaurant called Tin Chue that is chinese and vietnamese but I have never eaten VIetnamese there.