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Reviews of Saigon Tokyo
hahaha posted on 07/19/2014
To the people that ordered from the Florida saigon, I mean.... it seems like youre the imbecile that tried to dumb down the price a little bit (they're not even an expensive restaurant), but yeah, you can't get the number for the restaurant right (next time inspect the actual site, idiot.) you cant't do a simple thing right basically. Hey, it was a good thing they lost you as a customer, you're cheap as fuck anyway. The food is awesome, get your fat ass some fried rice somewhere else! Go there for some real asian food. The Viet cuisine is authentic! Pho, amazing!
jasmine arabia posted on 06/12/2014
BEST PLACE I'VE EVER BEEN IN MY LIFE! LOVED EVERYTHING, Atmosphere, seating, service, food! PORTIONS WERE CRAZY LARGE! The food was amazing!
hilarious posted on 06/07/2014
That review by G-pa, was outstanding!! hahahahahhahahahhahahahaaaaaaaaahaha...for one the food at The rare and beautiful creature that is Saigon Tokyo (lol) is absolutely fantastic, and very affordable! Atmosphere is peaceful and pleasant as well.. But back to G-pas post in response to whoever wrote a bad review. Perfect example of an establishment having an off day but more apparent is that G-pa was probably right and it was YOU evil reviewer who is miserable, and hard to please. I love the honesty and defense this person and there crew made in reaction to the negative post! I actually hope it was Saigon's crew that wrote it. some businesses deserve a little slack for delivering outstanding food and service 7 days a week, and Saigon Tokyo is one of them. Get a life, put down the chop sticks, go for a jog.
Alain Ades, M.D. posted on 02/17/2014
This is the best Asian restaurant in New Hampshire. The Pho really compares to those in Boston, and the sushi is pristine. The service could not be better- this is a family affair. Do not come here and order the typical American chinese food. Order the from the Vietnamese menu. Just ask the staff. After living in LA and SF for many years, and moving to the Seacoast for 25 years of Asian crap, this place is a gift from heaven. Ignore the bad reviews-this place is for real.
Lion posted on 02/01/2014
Not bad, I had lun special 16. Noodle dish was flavorful, nobody beats big bowl Asian kitchens' fried rice. I have had jap soup, orange chic, vermicelli bowl, and today's lunch. I will go again, but still looking for that one dish that says " hell yeah"
Gabriel L. posted on 01/31/2014
Don't come here to order fried food or orange chicken, save that for panda express or a cheap chinese restaurant. <br />
Come here for the authentic Vietnamese food and delicious Japanese food. The Vietnamese pho, rice and vermicilli dishes are all authentic and outstanding. The sushi is the best in the area. <br />
What universe do they live in? posted on 01/31/2014
We got take-out tonight and it was pretty bad--pink-tinged house fried rice that had almost no meat at all and other rather bland items, but that's not really the point. I had found an online coupon at a website I thought was theirs, but some woman called after 11:30 PM to tell me it was a restaurant in Florida. The coupon was only for $3 off a bill that was over $43, and their people inspected it and accept it. Do they really think someone would scam them for a $3 savings? Any reasonable person would have assumed it was an honest mistake and not worried about a lousy $3. And in what universe do they live where it's acceptable customer service to call at that time of night? I'll take the stinking $3 over tomorrow, but they've lost a customer forever!
G'Pa and the Crew posted on 01/26/2014
Fran Meneely, your experience at the preeminent culinary pearl of the Granite State must be either one of two things:<br />
1) An unfortunate anomaly<br />
2) Some kind of perverted, selfish lie<br />
I know your type. Hard day at the cubicle? Don't go home and put on your soft things while you wait for food to be spooned between your quivering lips. Put on the clothes you wear when the planets align and face the world again. And when you get into the goddamn car and and show up unannounced at the only restaurant in Dover that dares to tackle Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese fare seven days a week, you had better check your dung-mouth at the door.<br />
If you still feel like a cranky piece of flab after the staff greets you with grins and dedication, then order yourself a scorpion bowl for two, send back the second straw, and let that blend of tropical fruit and rum melt away your passive aggressive tastebuds.<br />
You say the Orange Chicken was tough and dry? Try keeping your mouth shut to retain moisture. If you still have trouble chewing a cooked and marinated flightless bird sauteed alongside a vegetable that is commonly served raw as a light snack then you should probably consider a quick floss every night after you raid your secret shame-stash of frozen hot pockets. It would do wonders towards firming up your gums' hold on those teeth that evolved rending scraps of grizzle from the leavings of lions.<br />
And if you were unhappy with the heat of your food that was delivered to your door on the second darkest night of winter, then you can either activate the microwave-emitting box on the counter next to the Pop Tarts or go sit mere feet from the very source.<br />
Next time your internalized misery boils over and you feel the need to harpoon the rare and beautiful creature that is Saigon and Tokyo, I suggest you stop putting off returning calls to your mother and have a nice, long catharsis that can only be topped by pushing your boundaries as you orally tour the orient.<br />
Also, they have bubble f-ing tea.
Fran Meneely posted on 12/20/2013
We ordered the Orange Chicken tonight and it was very bad, dried out and tough. The broccoli was hard as a rock and the rice cold, We were not happy. #30 and its in the trash :0(
Rob Scullin posted on 06/27/2013
not only the best Chinese and Japanese food in the area but, the best all around dining experience in the whole city. The food is perfect and the staff is friendly! What a find...
Jason posted on 03/21/2013
Red Dragon, Spicy Tuna Roll, Pho Ga, Avocado Shake... Loved it!
catherin posted on 03/19/2013
ordered japanese style battered chicken a63 it was dry hard little balls - awful. the shrimp with rice was also dry.