FOOD REVIEW: Pho perfect dinner, comfort food for fall-season weather


Walking into Saigon Bay, which is a Vietnamese Restaurant, the feel is carefree and family orientated.

The tables are close together and not private. Each set of tables had hot sauce, jalapenos and variety of sauces. The restaurant specializes in Pho.                                          Pho is a soup that can have a variety of meats, seafood and veggies.

It has become more popular in the last couple of years among college students looking for a heathly, filling cheap meal.

Once you order your food the waitress brings out a pair of plastic chop sticks, a fork and a deep spoon.

A fellow Colegian staff member ordered a mix of seafood with yellow noodles.

Overall the soup was satisfying. One thing I did not like was the fat on my steak.

The restaurant could of took  a little extra time by trimming the meat.

The seafood bowl was loaded with shrimp, crab and squid.

This restaurant is always packed and a lot of people are always in and out.

Food is an option to go.

Overall the presentation of the staff was friendly, a little loud but for some good authentic Vietnamese food.

The goods outweighs the faults.