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Saigon Cuisine Vietnamese Restaurant

Nothing to Beef About

In Vietnam, many people enjoy a bowl of pho for breakfast, slurping the warm, satisfying soup before beginning their day. Of course, pho is delicious any time of day — lunchtime, dinnertime or even as an evening snack. But the one thing that may make non-meat eaters hoof it right past a pho shop is…

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May 27 - June 2, 2012

Saigon Cuisine Vietnamese Restaurant

Always wonder what goes on behind the scenes at your favorite restaurant? Well, much credit goes to the many chefs, owners and managers who work diligently day in and day out to make sure Hawaii’s diners have a top-notch dining experience. This week, Dining Out got the inside scoops from Saigon Cuisine Vietnamese Restaurant’s owner…

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‘Meat’-ing Great Expectations

With so many Vietnamese restaurants popping up these days, it’s hard to know which ones are truly un”pho”gettable. As Dining Out recently discovered, though, there’s something special about Saigon Cuisine, located on the corner of Liliha Street and Vineyard Boulevard. “They’re so friendly here and the food is good,” says regular Kimberly Makahashi. “It’s close…

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A Taste for All Seasons

The winds and weather of each season of the year are unique. From summer to winter, each season has its own mood, traditions and flavors. Vietnamese restaurant Saigon Cuisine emphasizes these seasons with its variety of seasonal appetizer rolls. Not to fret, each roll is on the menu regardless of the time of year. A…

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February 26 - March 3, 2012

Saigon Cuisine: Flavorful Pho and Other Vietnamese Favorites

For traditional Vietnamese classics and un”pho”gettable dishes, customers can experience the best of both worlds at Saigon Cuisine Vietnamese Restaurant. Upon entering the eatery located on Liliha Street, customers will find a tranquil haven in which they can take a break from their busy schedules and indulge in Vietnamese comfort foods. Saigon Cuisine opened last…

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