11224 Florida Blvd, Baton Rouge
Great food but you’ve to wait little bit until your food serve, for me no problem because it’s worth it
A wonderful hole in the wall. They cook good authentic Asian dishes and good food for kids as well.
No longer the same. This use to be our goto place for Vietnamese food after it switched owners the food changed.. a few weeks ago i decided to order two plates of fried rice CuZ one of my friends told me it was good again but wrong...the rice was so dry I felt like I was eating uncooked rice or old rice that's been sitting there.
The Pho soup is really so good , big bowl and good flavor ,great price.
Loved their pho bowls. Yum!
The food is good but the restaurant isn't that clean. When we went, we sat by the wall which had old flecks of sauce from whoever had eaten there before us.
Good Vietnamese food, I suggest trying their rice meals
Delicious and pretty fast.
Wonderful food! Fresh as always!
This restaurant has been around for a long time, and for good reason!
This is a great Vietnamese restaurant in the same lot as the Asian Supermarket. I've eaten at Saigon Noodle which is across the road next to Hong Kong market. The Bun Bo Hue at Little Saigon is on point with what I get on the West Coast with the exception that they don't provide sliced banana shoots and mint that you would normally get with Bun Bo Hue. Where Saigon Noodle chintzes out on their meat, Little Saigon gives you the perfect ratio of meat to noodles. If you want authentic Vietnamese that doesn't cater to Baton Rouge taste and is true to cuisine, give Little Saigon a chance. Please don't order Faux Chinese dishes. If you're going to eat Vietnamese, eat Vietnamese. Be adventurous and ask the server for help. Otherwise, go to a fake ass Chinese restaurant if you have no idea what the difference is between the cuisine. This is like calling clam chowder northern style gumbo
I have been a long time customer of this restaurant and since the change in owners, the business and food quality has gone down. After, visiting for lunch I've decided that I will not return. I spent 30 minutes (my entire lunch break) sitting waiting on my lunch with just one other guest in the building. My order was simple and would usually only take 5-7 minutes to prepare. I ended up having to ask for it to go. After tasting the spring rolls it left my stomach upset.
How to enjoy and celebrate the Chinese New Year and learn about new culture. It was awesome to watch these people and their practiced the costumes dance around and jump on top of things. It was very impressive I've never seen anything like it. I will definitely be looking forward to next year's events. It was very exciting and very colorful.
Your food is Affordable and tastes great.
This restaurant's look is misleading. It is a small, hidden gem that must be attempted at least once. Food is authentic and delicious.
Great food & service. Nice quiet family atmosphere.
The restaurant has change the look of the menu. However, the food is the same. The carry out takes about 15 minutes. Try the fresh broccoli stir-fried with beef and onions. The Chicken noodle soup is certainly a good choice.
Great service. The food is so good
Pho is best here..
I've lived in the Baton Rouge area for over 5 years and why I've never eaten here certainly is a shame because the restaurant is clean and the food is quality in the tastes! The broth for the pho and banh canh were not bogged and filled with additives. The other restaurants try hard to bring out the broth. This was broth at its essence, so if needed, I could add more or less of the hoisin sauce.The restaurant was short on servers but the server was as attentive and quick as could be while tending to the other 5 tables. The rice and porkchop was standard with nothing too fancy. Overall, a great bowl of hot soup for a winter's morning.
The Hu Tieu (seafood) and Pho Dac Biet (special) here are better than other places I've been to in Baton rouge. Broth is good and meat are plenty. We will definitely come here again soon. Always good when it's cold outside.
This place is amazing. We ordered the pork spring rolls. The vegetables tasted so fresh. It was filled with meat as well. We also ordered the shrimp fried rice, which tasted very clean. I had the Pho & shrimp & eggroll vermicelli. This is definitely the best Vietnamese restaurant in Baton Rouge.
I came here on a cold night to enjoy a warm, hearty bowl of pho with as a second option with some friends because my go-to pho spot was closed. The broth is a little disappointing and the meat noodle ratio was quite off with there being way too much meat and not enough noodles. Every bite I had, there was meat. This could be a great thing for meat lovers, but I'm not a fan. The vegetables (bean sprouts, basil, and lime) served with our pho were very fresh and plentiful. The service and wait time was pretty solid as well. Although Little Saigon wouldn't be my first choice for Vietnamese food, it's a decent option amongst the plethora of restaurants in the Sherwood area.
#32 was fantastic. The flavor was beautiful and the meat was cooked perfectly. I loved the fried noodles.
Not a good to take care of customer.
Eaten here numerous times and love it. I realize I differ from others on who's best as there are several awesome Vietnamese restaurants in tow n but I pick Saigon Noodle number 1. Viet Garden is good down the street but have some work to do to rival here. The phos here are the bomb! Ours is the spicy beef noodle. It's killer. My only suggestion is to learn how to make a good Vietnamese coffee. You will not go wrong here if you love authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
Food was very good! Priced well for the area too. Just need a few more employees up front and they would have got 5 stars!
The best for Pho, egg rolls, spring roll, Hu tieu soup, vermicelli noodle and lot of other rice base dishes. Also very good Chinese based stir fry meals as well. Light not heavy but so delicious and tasty.
Baton Rouge is fortunate to have a large number of great Vietnamese restaurants to choose from. Little Saigon is one of these great choices. As the name would suggest, it is a cozy little place tucked into a strip-mall at the corner of Sherwood and Florida. The interior is very spare, done in a black and white motif, with artistic black and white pictures of Vietnamese scenes. A very nice space to dine in. The service is always as classy as the interior. The staff are always friendly and efficient. The menu offers all the Vietnamese dishes that Americans have come to love. Big bowls of Pho and other soups, vermicelli bowls with great toppings, rice dishes, and stir fries. There are a variety of drinks, and appetizers to round out your meal. Do you have someone timid in your party? The fried rice is always a great choice, because who doesn't like a great fried rice! Little Saigon is in a great location now, as there are a number of other businesses that have opened near it that you could also enjoy during your visit to the area. One could have dessert at the Baskin Robins next door, or pick up a bubble tea at the new place on the other side. The new Asian Market offers supermarket shopping right across the parking lot. So, you can make your lunch or dinner into more of an outing all in the same shopping center.
I first visited this place about 2 years ago. Not my favorite. It's actually gotten better lately, and i'm enjoying the food now. good location as well and reasonable prices. Lets be serious i visit multiple pho places because i dont want to be that guy who goes to the same restaurant 3 times a week. But this is one of the pho restaurants i'd go to, and there are others in baton rouge i wouldn't.
A no frills pho ðŸ² restaurant in a strip mall that delivers exactly what you’d expect. Good pho, great bahn mi, expensive spring rolls but large portions. Little Saigon definitely give Dangs a run for my favorite Vietnamese place in Baton Rouge. I really like the pork in the spring rolls and bahn mi.
Best pho in Baton Rouge. We got the combination with everything including tripe and tendon.
Thank you David for the wonderful service you always provided. Food is fresh and delicious.
A friend and I came here for lunch a while back, and it was pretty busy since a nearby competitor is closed on Wednesdays. I went in to grab a table since it was almost a full house, and it's first come first serve, so luckily there was still a little 2 top table still available. I went ahead and ordered for me and my friend so he could make it back from his lunch break in a timely manner. I ordered egg rolls for both of us and a small pho tai bo vien for myself. I was just getting over a stomach virus, so I was treading the waters safely as this was my first full meal in three days. The egg rolls came out super hot and perfectly crispy with two sides of nuoc mam (one for each of us). The pho came out shortly after, and it was exactly what I needed. The pho here is always good and tastes very authentic and flavorful compared to other places. The small size always fills me up and it's decently priced.
I've been hearing great things about this place, I cannot wait to go try their food tomorrow. The ladies and I are excited to taste the BEST pho in Baton Rouge... Peace and Love, God Bless
very good service - cute, tidy, clean place. We all ordered a bowl of pho' it was good. I've not had other pho' in Baton Rouge so i cannot compare to any and I don't think it's quite fair to compare to pho' i grew up enjoying as it was in a city with significant Vietnamese presence. It doesn't seem to be of the homemade,2day, variety but i would definitely return.
Seafood Pho is outstanding!! Great service, very clean, will definitely be back. Very authentic! The staff have great personalities and Talk to everyone to make sure they are enjoying their food. It is worth the extra drive to get to this place
11224 Florida Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70815