The soup is not hot (temperature) and the flavor is like hot water. Beef is dry.bean sprout is fresh. I don't recommend this dish. I am not sure other dishes.
Formerly a bare bones noodle shop, the owners have redecorated with polished dark wood and mirrors. The glass topped tables with their condiments remain. The food comes out quickly, as if they're cooking only for you. Danny manning the register is friendly and welcoming. The pho is lovely and loaded with meaty treasures, silky and unctuous bits. Spring rolls are... 更多
As close at it gets to real Vietnamese food. Only the portions are adjusted to American standards. We had a great meal there last night. It's small and clean. You never have to wait long. We ordered a pho with different kinds of meat. Fresh herbs, lemon and bean sprouts on the table and the mysterious dark sauce next to... 更多
I can never remember exactly where some of the restaurants I like in Chinatown are, so I end up trying new places half the time I am there. Then, after my meal, I see the place I was looking for. This is how I found this place. My buddy and I had almost the same meals, we had some shrimp... 更多
I was introduced to this place by a good friend who claimed Pho was the bomb at Pho Pasteur. My expectations were exceeded. The staff was very friendly. The food arrived quickly. The restroom was very clean. Most importantly, the food was delicious for the price. I certainly recommend eating here.
the name outside is now "pasture grill and noodles." but the food is the same and it's delicious. the restaurant is small, but clean and cozy. the service is good. i had the grilled shrimp with all of the "fixins" to be assembled by myself in the rice paper pancakes. it was tricky and it didn't matter because it was... 更多
Tiny place, excellent service, I got there by chance a few months ago and kept coming back. First it was the pho - today instead my party ordered other items from the menu and everything was excellent. Tried other vietnameses in NYC Chinatown, this is by far the best
For some reason Vietnamese restaurants popped up all over this Chinatown block. Pasteur was delicious. The fried spring rolls were authentic and came with a bunch of herbs and lettuce, (coriander would be a nice addition in the future). The green mango salad was also very pleasant. I would definitely recommend this restaurant and fully intend to go back.
Went there with the family for lunch. Better come early, for the place tends to become very busy for working lunch. We had a mix of excellent plates (fried marinated chicken was excellent) and very average one (spring rolls were kind of "elastic" and did not look super fresh). Service is typical of an Asian restaurant, you're there to eat... 更多