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Le's Vietnamese Cuisine
Vietnamese Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:30 pm
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137 Brighton Ave Allston, MA 02134
137 Brighton AvenueUSMassachusetts02134
$$Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 10:30 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSunday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Bustling, no-frills standby for pho, vermicelli, stir-fry & other Vietnamese staples.- Google
"If you're looking for an appetizer, fresh summer rolls are always the way to go."
"I am a Vietnamese and I can say for sure: "This is NOT Vietnamese Cuisine!"
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Ann Joyce
a month ago
Normal Vietnamese classics including my personal favorite Pho. I ordered the wonton soup and the vermicelli with beef. Both were delicious. Alcohol is pretty expensive but being in Allston means there are lots of options after dinner to get much cheaper drinks.
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Johns Creek
a week ago
Been coming here for over 10 years still hits the spot ! consistently good not too salty, not a fancy place, will accomodate large groups
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Bao Ngan Le-Nguyen
a year ago
I visited this Le today. I am a Vietnamese and I can say for sure: "This is NOT Vietnamese Cuisine!" The owner is Chinese (Cantonese) and the food is not Vietnamese authentic as they claim. Indeed, food is bad, even the worst Vietnamese restaurant I have ever eaten. Service is not too bad though, but food alone already ruined my experience there. I still don't understand why there are many good reviews for this restaurant.
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Joshua Berk
2 years ago
Wield your chopsticks like an Vietnamese assassin. Fun Fact: Pho is scientifically proven to be the most-effective hangover cure that money can buy; drink up! Highlights: Pho Special (Dac Biet w/Yellow Egg Noodles), Chicken-Noodle Soup, Beansprouts, Siracha, Summer/Spring Rolls, Lime-ade.
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Josh Trubow
6 months ago
I come to Le's for one thing, and one thing only. That would be the ginger chicken. I've never tried anything like it at another restaurant, and it is full of strong ginger, garlic, onion, and roasted peanut flavor as well as a nice spice from the sriracha sauce that I mix in with the rice. Every month or so I get a craving for the ginger chicken, its that good. I took off a star because I really dislike the dining room area which is large, but has a poor atmosphere. I tend to only order takeout when I get my ginger chicken, and the times when I have dined in have had below average service.
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Daniel Brown
8 months ago
Great place for Pho and their other dishes are really good too. I come here at least once per week.
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Joanna Huang
2 years ago
I've been to Le's multiple times, but this was my first time ordering #14- the extra large pho special. I must say, it is totally worth it. If you order the #14, you will be served a bowl of pho that is bigger than the size of your face with considerable tripe, brisket, flank, and tendon. It'll be a $10 dinner that leaves you more than satisfied. If you're looking for an appetizer, fresh summer rolls are always the way to go.
Janus Chan
9 months ago
Le's is alright. While cheap, I would much rather suggest Pho Basil!