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We loved this place so much that we ate here twice during our holiday.
I cannot recommend any one dish because everything is delicious.
A very small family run, family friendly restaurant in the Mouffetard area of Paris (near the Pantheon). Food is cooked fresh...to order by the owner, and her son is very friendly and helpful. Don't worry if you don't speak French, he will help you :)
Our boys loved it so much they renamed the restaurant "Madame Saigon" after the owner. She spent lots of time talking to us - so lovely!
A must try, you will not be disappointed.More
After gallons of creme sauce and butter in Paris we were so happy to find this excellent Asian food. Paris has a number of asian restaurants with average at best food, but this little restaurant stands apart. Good service and reasonable prices. We will be...back!More
We had a nice Vietnamese meal at this restaurant in this busy restaurant district. Table was a bit awkward (right at the back, by the fridges, which was the only down side...and they moved a later arriving table from a less bad table at the...back instead of us...), but the food was very tasty and the staff friendly.More
Mouffetard Saigon’s is a small restaurant, managed strictly by Mrs. Nguyen (you can read a about her life in the restaurant’s website). I spent most of my dinner watching her shift constantly from smiling to customers to frowning to the young waitress that she was...training on the job. She put what I thought was too much pressure on her employee while telling her too little about how to do things up to standards. The food was definitely fresh and tasty, though not extraordinary. My traveling companion and I shared an order of vegetarian spring rolls (with noodles and fried tofu), a beef and green apple salad (which we thought would include papaya but didn’t, perhaps because we failed to read the menu accurately) and a sauté of chicken. After we said that we would not have dessert/coffee/tea, we were asked if we’d like to try the ripe mango that was on display at the small counter in a way that led us to believe the fruit would be on the house (this is common in Spain or Greece when oranges or watermelon are in season). My companion said ‘yes’ and was promptly served half a mango. When the bill came, it turned out that we had been charged 6 EUR for it -an obnoxiously high amount, considering that mangoes were selling for 1,50 EUR in markets around the V arrondissement. Including a small bottle of white wine, one of sparkling water, the tricky mango and the above-described dishes, the meal totaled EUR 57. Do go if you’re in the neighborhood. But pay attention to details!More