Saigon Bangkok Opens in the Southtowns

Dining News, Food & Drink


Written by Homer Enthusiast

Published on May 9, 2017

Saigon Bangkok Restaurant & Wine Bar opened their doors to the public today (Tuesday May 9, 2017) in Hamburg. On the corner of E. Prospect Ave. and Buffalo St. they are located in what most recently housed Mike’s Lucky Dog. The restaurant is operated by the Truong family which also runs restaurants by the same name in Williamsville and Tonawanda.
The space has been thoroughly remodeled with attractive faux wood floors, handsome lighting and inviting table and banquette seating for about 60 people. The brightly lit room also includes a small bar space. Classic music played in the background on opening day.

The extensive menu (somewhat limited for lunch) offers Vietnamese and Thai cuisine including favorites like Pad Thai, Pho, Vietnamese Pancakes, spring rolls, Crispy Thai Rolls, curry dishes, stir fry, fried rice, salads, appetizers and several Chef Specials like Mango Pla and Sizzling Duck.
Saigon Bangkok is open Tues- Thurs 11-9; Fri & Sat 11-10, Sun noon- 9PM. Take out is available by phone. The wine and beer offerings are on hold waiting for approval from the NY State Liquor Authority.

Saigon Bangkok

255 Buffalo St., Hamburg
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Written by <a href="" target="_self">Homer Enthusiast</a>

Written by Homer Enthusiast

A born and bred Buffalover.

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