Good Vietnamese restaurant. Casual atmosphere with a very nice selection of pho, sandwiches and noodle soups. Good choice when you are near Chelsea Market and a few blocks from Highline.
This is a nice, casual Vietnamese restaurant with lots of choices. I really liked the Tom Cuon (grilled prawns in rice paper) appetizer. I also had on multiple occasions the Bun Co Ba (crispy spring rolls, grilled shrimp and pork over rice vermicelli salad). I would recommend this place and would return again!
This small restaurant in the Chelsea district serves very good ethnic food. Our group of eight was easily accommodated and we all enjoyed our meals. Good selection and promptly prepared and served. They were out of Vietnamese beer when we visited ("large wedding party the night before") , but had more on order.
Tonight we went to Co Ba restaurant, two blocks around the corner from the Joyce Theater. This narrow Vietnamese restaurant was a real surprise with great food and simple decor and competent staff. The red brick walls with bamboo hats on one wall and Vietnamese Photo prints on the other felt like a NY bar with Asian flavor. Prior to... 更多
Long narrow room, exposed brick one side, decorated with antique blowups from Vietnam and rows of straw "coolie hats". We shared some small plates to get a range of flavours and textures, which we received absolutely. We can recommend the goi du du, rau nuong, banh duc man, and ca bam. The ribs, suon nong, weren't very lemongrassy or anything... 更多
I will keep it brief as this is really all this resturant deserves! Arriving for dinner and shortly after being seated, we were informed by the manage that the kitchen was closing and that we should order everything together and make it quick! Upon receiving our complete order together, we were then asked to pay our bill before we ate!... 更多
On the recommendation of a Vietnamese friend, we had dinner at Co Ba 53 (located in Hell's Kitchen). We really... 更多