Vietnamese food is loved by many across the country and NWA is no exception. The mainstay of most Vietnamese dishes is rice in a variety of forms including steamed, sticky, noodles, porridge and pancakes. Other common ingredients include fish sauce, herbs and meats like pork, beef, chicken, and fruit.
Below are the Top 5 Vietnamese restaurants in NWA.
Miss Saigon Pho $
310 S Walton Blvd, (479) 268-4663
What’s not to like about this delightful Vietnamese restaurant? The food is fresh, delicious, inexpensive and the people are wonderful. You’re certain to find a personal favorite at Miss Saigon Pho’s. There’s plenty of parking and an outdoor seating area.
Pho 85 Noodle House $
1140 N Walton Blvd Ste 3, (479) 553-7373
Daily baked in-house baguettes, amazing Pho, appetizers, Bun Bo Hue, Fried Rice, Rice Plates, Vermicelli Rice Noodle Salad, Egg Noodle Soup, Clear Noodle Soup and more await you at Pho 85. Service is friendly and efficient. Decide now to eat a meal at this wonderful Pho spot.
Pho Thanh $$
1204 South Walton Blvd, (479) 254-9127
Not a fancy spot, but one that has top notch food all the same. In addition to the Pho (beef noodle soup), you can also get banh mi sandwiches and stir-fried dishes. Great place to take the family for a fresh, nutritious meal. Plenty of parking available.
Typhoon Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine $
2612 w Martin Luther King Blvd suite 2, (479) 442-2789
This nicely located Vietnamese restaurant has a new twist on Pho (fuh), you may build your own, but there’s also a number of standard recipes on the menu. The Pho Typhoon is to-die-for as is the Banh Mi bread.
2882 W Walnut St, (479) 202-5961
SaiWok does an awesome job of serving only the freshest of fresh food regardless of the menu items you choose. Traditional Vietnamese food is delivered with an urban flare, the atmosphere is great, the staff is knowledgeable and friendly and the food is delectable by anyone’s standards. Try the Edamame and the Urban Street Corn.
Note: Photo at top of the page is Mi Fried Pork Wonton from SaiWok in Rogers.