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Dorchester’s Newest Vietnamese Restaurant Serves Napoleon Beef in a Cow-Shaped Skillet

Saigon Chicken House also serves up pho and more

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A Vietnamese beef and egg dish is served in a cow-shaped cast iron pan
Bo ne, or beef Napoleon, at Saigon Chicken House
Saigon Chicken House/Facebook

Saigon Chicken House (223 Adams St.) opened recently in the Fields Corner neighborhood of Dorchester, right near Home.stead Bakery & Cafe, increasing Dorchester’s already substantial Vietnamese dining options. Early reviews on Yelp and Facebook are largely positive, praising the variety of dishes available for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day, Saigon Chicken House serves dishes such as Napoleon beef, which is served in a cow-shaped skillet with a sunny side up egg and a side of pate, along with a baguette for dipping; oc sao dua (snails); pho ga (chicken noodle soup with dark meat); hu tieu do bien ap chao (crispy noodles with seafood); and pho dac biet (beef noodle soup).

Saigon Chicken House joins several other Vietnamese restaurants in the immediate vicinity, including Pho Le, Ánh Hồng, Hien Vuong, and Phở 2000.

Saigon Chicken House [Facebook]
Saigon Chicken House [Yelp]

Saigon Chicken House

223 Adams Street, , MA 02122 (617) 436-8888