Best 7 Courses of Beef. I've tried the 7 Courses of Beef at other places in Little Saigon, and this is the best, no one top Pagolac Restaurant.
Seven courses of beef are dished up with a bit of dazzling Vietnamese dinner-theater preparation..
The big, elegant dining room is decorated with modern art, moody lighting and fountains. Most dishes are prepared tableside, over an open flame. The courses include slices of tenderloin, Vietnamese meatballs, grilled sausage, Hawaii leaf sausage, beef sate, beef salad and rice beef soup. Non-meat eaters dine on grilled catfish, shrimp and calamari. The waiters are friendly and fun, making this is an ideal place for special occasions and family get-togethers.
Pagolac was wonderful. On our trip to The Pagolac Restaurant we were satisfyed with the service as well as the food, The atmosphere was very serene and humble and the food was an incredible experiance. We were able to customize our food just the way we like it right at our table! The price was indeed very reasonable and we recommend this restaurant for a good experiance.
Pricey and small portions. In my ventures to Vietnam, the seven course beef meal was not often eaten by the natives. Here, while the locals believe that this is the place to go for this seven-course adventure, most will believe that this is very pricey for Vietnamese food with very small portions. The members of the Thursday night dinner club have rated this the lowest of all the restaurants we've visited due to the small portions and the expensive price. The best of the seven courses were the last two, the beef soup and the beef salad. My recommendation is that you can try it once, but you will not want to try it again. Go one or two blocks down the street and eat banh xeo at Nha Hang Van
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