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What are some of your favorite Vietnamese restaurants?

catroast Jan 12, 2013 03:27 PM

Easy, Pho Bang New York

Check it out on a Monday night if you want dinner for under $15

1001 Boulevard Saint-Laurent
Montreal, QC H2Z 1J4

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    lagatta Jan 12, 2013 04:11 PM

    I like Pho Bang, but that would be more a lunch place for me.

    Favourites near my place: Nhu Y, Y Lan, Pho Tay Ho.

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      marblebag Jan 16, 2013 12:27 PM

      Phuong Thao on Belanger near St-Michel is the only place for me.

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        lagatta Jan 17, 2013 06:02 PM

        Marblebag, what are their specialities?

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          marblebag Jan 17, 2013 08:58 PM

          They are good in the traditional Vietnamese dishes like Bo luc lac (saute beef), Ca kho to (fish in clay pot), Goi (papaya salad with beef jerky or seafood), Canh chua (tamarind soup), Tom rang muoi tieu (salt and pepper shrimp with head).

          I had some of the other stir fried but not the noodle soups (pho, bun).

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        maj54us Jan 16, 2013 12:59 PM

        It's all in the broth for me and unfortunately not everyone is consistent on their broth.

        Tried a new place on St-Laurent called Saigon and their broth is different from other places. I liked it but still debating if I really like it.
        1053, boul. St-Laurent (corner De la Gauchetiére)
        Montreal, QC, H2Z 1J6 Saint-Laurent
        (514) 875-8388

        A cross the street is My Canh that I also like
        Address: 1086 Saint Laurent Boulevard, Montreal, QC H2Z
        Phone:(514) 398-9407

        Another good one is Pho Lien (do not confuse with chez lien restaurants)
        Address: 5703 Côte-des-Neiges Road, Montreal, QC H3S 1Y7
        Phone:(514) 735-6949

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          yellowcake Jan 17, 2013 05:49 AM

          Saigonaise in Côte-des-Neiges (great "volcano" and caramelized salmon, or just go with a group and let the owner bring you a variety)

          Cafe Saigon in the village (sate or curry soups are really special, great banh mi & spring rolls, all else is good, too)

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