12 4 / 2011
SAIGON. Vietnamese and Thai food galore. This is one of our favorite restaurants in Savannah. It’s easy to miss, especially with recent construction (WHEN WILL IT END!?), and because the sign is gold on a brown brick building. It’s kind of in a “blah” building, but don’t be deceived. Magical wonders await inside this drab building.
- DELICIOUS DELICIOUS DELICIOUS
- Reasonably priced
- So far, none of us has had a bad experience with an entree
- Awkward music choices
- Good for all weather
- Get to sit down and be served
- Maybe reasonably priced, but a little too pricey for us college students
- For some of us, there’s never enough… even when you’re stuffed to the point of vomiting
- The staff… is iffy…
- You have to ask for chopsticks (but if you’re going to complain about that.. then.. we can’t help you with anything ever.)
- Stephen recommends Beef Saigon Noodles!
- Victoria recommends Yellow Curry!
11 3 / 2011
- Does not last long.
19 2 / 2011
This place probably has a name, but we don’t remember it. We stumbled across it about a month ago, when a “coming soon” sign revealed itself in the window of a mysterious corner store. It read: THAI TAKEOUT: COMING SOON. Of course, we were curious. And ecstatic. We waited patiently. At long last, it revealed itself to us in all its glory. Our first adventure there was today. And we have the following to say about it:
- Good location (a GREAT stop for a pre-Forsyth visit)
- Friendly staff
- Tastes good
- Big window that you can people watch out of
- One stop shop: you can also buy cigarettes, chips, drinks, Off (the bug spray), and tampons… among other things.
- Not busy at all
- Overpriced for the amount of food you get
- Kind of tight feeling if you’re dining in (there are only three tables)
- The Dr. Pepper was not in plain sight
- No fountain drinks
Thus concludes our first review. Stay tuned. Far more to come.