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Saigon Pagolac Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
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Dynasty Plaza 9600 Bellaire Blvd # 119 Houston, TX 77036
9600 Bellaire Boulevard # 119USTexasHouston77036
(713) 988-6106saigonpagolac.com
Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Today Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 11AM–11PMWednesday 11AM–11PMThursday 11AM–11PMFriday 11AM–11PMSaturday 11AM–11PMSunday 11AM–11PM
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Traditional Vietnamese cuisine served with beer & wine in modern storefront surroundings.- Google
"The best Vietnamese Food I've ever had!"
"You have to try it to really understand how crazy FUN this experience is!"
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Dawn Snyder
2 months ago
Holy cow batman!!! Officially just found the best Vietnamese food in Houston. I saw good reviews, went solo, ordered the 7 course beef dinner. I seriously had enough food to feed most peoples families tonight, and the to go bag was almost bigger than the meal!! Everything had a wonderful service; they even came out to the table and showed you how to roll all the rice paper rolls and there was fondu and fire. It couldn't have been more amazing. And guess how much it cost me? $15.95. I repeat. $15.95. I've paid $150 in Houston for meals that weren't that good.
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V. Law
5 months ago
Great food, excellent service, and really good prices! Lunch specials are super cheap and they give you plenty to eat.
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Kate Nguyen
8 months ago
The food is great and the service is the BEST!!! The place is gorgeous, and it reminds me of Vietnam. In my opinion, the food here is worth the money more than the food at Kim Son. I will definitely come here again!
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Gristle & Gossip
a year ago
This place is very quaint and has a stunning mural on the wall that really set the tone of the restaurant. You will understand when you see it! I started with the salted plum soda (Soda Xi). This was CRAZY to my palette and brain for that matter, because you automatically assume it will be a sweet beverage because of plums..I guess..well, Hell no. It's not sweet at all (I think the SALTED PLUM should have been the hint). Your glass comes with a salted plum at the bottom, sugar crystals atop it and crushed ice. You pour club soda over it and mash. You have to try it to really understand how crazy FUN this experience is! I didn't eat much here as I am not a big fan of spring rolls and the bulk of this visit was creating your own spring rolls. But I did try the "Bahn Xeo" or the Vietnamese crepe that you roll in lettuce and dip into the cause of your choice. It was really good and totally scratched the itch I was having for fried egg rolls. Totally fell in love with the" Bo Nuong Vi" or Perfectly marinated beef in lemon grass, garlic and cilantro. You get your own little griddle to cook your meats. delicious, flavorful and smoking hot. I ate everyone's portion. I didn't get to try the "Bo la lot" Ground beef wrapped in Hawaiian leaf and grilled over charcoal but I heard nothing but great things!
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Sandra Pham
4 months ago
My family and I are not the pickiest eaters but are Vietnamese food connoisseurs. My aunt swears this place has the best grilled fish so we ordered the large for about 8 people, along with banh beo, beef and shrimp on the grill (which you can cook at your table), and the fried squid. The fish takes quite a bit of time so I recommend ordering that first. When ours finally came out, we were a bit disappointed. The skin, which should have been crispy, tasted like stale chips. It was soggy yet semi burnt at the same time. They tried to cook the fish longer but when it came back it was still stale. While the actual fish tasted fresh and I enjoyed the experience of making spring rolls, note that the noddles come separately. Otherwise, you are eating fish and lettuce/carrots in a spring roll. The banh beo was dry and flavorless and the fried squid was chewy, stale and not fresh. I was disappointed with the overall quality here. My soy milk was at least good...Large enough place for family gatherings but there are far better places for authentic Vietnamese.
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jacob del valle
a year ago
If you want a good place to bring a nice group of people that's affordable! This is a good spot. The service was excellent. The food was very delicious!! Everything is prepped for us to roll up ourselves. Which I loved. My favorite was the shrimp on the sugarcane mixed with beef rolled up with vegetables and dried noodles. Mmm! me and my date were both very pleased. I highly recommend this place.
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Renia Butler
a year ago
This place is very quaint and has a stunning mural on the wall that really set the tone of the restaurant. You will understand when you see it! I started with the salted plum soda (Soda Xi). This was CRAZY to my palette and brain for that matter, because you automatically assume it will be a sweet beverage because of plums..I guess..well, Hell no. It's not sweet at all (I think the SALTED PLUM should have been the hint). Your glass comes with a salted plum at the bottom, sugar crystals atop it and crushed ice. You pour club soda over it and mash. You have to try it to really understand how crazy FUN this experience is! I didn't eat much here as I am not a big fan of spring rolls and the bulk of this visit was creating your own spring rolls. But I did try the "Bahn Xeo" or the Vietnamese crepe that you roll in lettuce and dip into the cause of your choice. It was really good and totally scratched the itch I was having for fried egg rolls. Totally fell in love with the" Bo Nuong Vi" or Perfectly marinated beef in lemon grass, garlic and cilantro. You get your own little griddle to cook your meats. delicious, flavorful and smoking hot. I ate everyone's portion. I didn't get to try the "Bo la lot" Ground beef wrapped in Hawaiian leaf and grilled over charcoal but I heard nothing but great things!
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Oliver Newman
a year ago
Pick through some of the dishes found in the Bo 7 Mon, beef seven ways, portion of the menu to get a great start to a great meal. The roll your own springrolls make them taste that much better and if you're feeling bold wash it down with the soda with salted plum.