Little Saigon Restaurant

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7016 North 57th Avenue, Glendale, AZ, 85301, US

Phone: (623) 939-6136


Tucked inside a small, cheery cottage, this restaurant offers a range of Vietnamese dishes.

While offering exemplary, homemade tasting versions of Vietnamese classics such as the reliably delicious "phở" (rice noodle soup) or "bún" (rice noodle salad bowl), Little Saigon also focus on lesser-known and more unique Vietnamese staples such as "mì quảng" (turmeric noodle soup with shrimp, steamed pork and rice crackers), "bò cuốn lá nho" (grilled beef wrapped in grape leaves) and "gỏi ngó sen tôm thịt" (lotus root salad studded with shrimp, pork and pickled vegetables). Either way, Little Saigon will definitely give you the idea of the remarkable range that Vietnamese cuisine has to offer!


I drove from the east side of Phoenix to try this place. I was highly disappointed that there wasn't any outside seating. We were sat in a room where we waited for it seems like forever for a server to come even grab our drink order. There were gentlemen who were sitting there behind us slurping in the most loudest manor. I know that can be customary but this was LOUD. We finally ordered our drinks and were given menu and ordered our food. The food took awhile and we often thought we were forgotten. When we received our food it was good but the service and atmosphere was extremely lacking. For driving as far as I did for the experience I saw on TikTok it was very disappointing. I will try again and call ahead to make sure they have outdoor seating. Maybe the slurping won't be so bad when you're outside and not in a tiny room.

— Candace

Incredible! One of my favourite restaurants in the Valley. So good that I may even drag Rob W. to the West side even if it's not a hockey night.

Food: delicious, and the pho broth was not too salty. In fact, it was the least salty pho I've had in AZ, and I'm happier for it. The flavours in all their dishes are superb. In the two times we've been here, we've had the pho, vermicelli bowl, a couple stir-frys and the fried spring rolls. We also had the Thai tea and Vietnamese coffee. The spring rolls are definitely something you want to try (pork and shrimp.. the veggie is just ok). All are good, but the stir-fry is bit too salty.

Portions are large, but definitely carb focused. Given the price of meat right now, I can't exactly fault them, because their prices are still very good.

Drinks: Thai tea is way too sweet, but Viet coffee is delicious.

Service: the first time we visited, we felt like this restaurant suffered from Covid employment issues. We went earlier the next time and the service was good.

Ambiance: we've been seated in two of the three (?) dining rooms. Both the front rooms are cute, but I'm hoping they seat us in the back next time so we can explore a little more.

Definitely visit, but come here early! We will be back.

— Christabel

We celebrated our Anniversary after a long absence from this restaurant. They do close a few hours on the weekdays shortly after lunch and reopen at 5pm for dinner. We arrived shortly after opening. There were one other couple dining here.
The place is a three bedroom home turned restaurant. There are tables outside but I don't believe I have ever seen anyone outside. The tables are full of leaves so I am pretty sure the tables are unused.
We were greeted and seated immediately by a friendly masked staff. The prices on the menu have increased but still very reasonable.
We decided on shrimp bun and beef bun as recommended by staff.
The meals arrived quickly with the fish sauce following. Both bowls were very good. The shrimps were grilled nicely. The beef was nicely marinated and tender. Sriracha and fish sauce topped the meal.
A nice celebration meal! As we left we noted many more patrons in the main dining area.
Street parking right outside.

— HoyMay

Came here with a friend of mine for the first time and was very happy we went! The steak pho was super good! It was just the right amount of food and I could have taken home leftovers.

The atmosphere is very cute and laid back. It's a smaller restaurant but it was still busy with people coming in and out or staying and eating. Came around 7pm on a weekday and we were able to get a table right away.

It does close early which I didn't notice until we got there.

— Brooke

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