About New Saigon
New Saigon is a well-established, award-winning Vietnamese restaurant located in Denver. Since 1987, we have been serving up amazing, authentic Vietnamese dishes in a welcoming, friendly atmosphere. Using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, our talented chefs create an array of bright flavors, delectable dishes and robust delights that wow our customers, locals and tourists alike.
Over our 30+ years in business, New Saigon has been recognized for providing the very best in classic Vietnamese cuisine, customer service and incredible dining experiences.
Whether you’re trying Vietnamese cuisine for the first time, you are looking to try something new or you want the comfort of your favorite Vietnamese dish, New Saigon can please your palate, fill your belly and win your heart!
We have a wide selection of options for many types of diets, including vegetarian, pescatarian and more. If you’re not sure what to order, just talk to our knowledgeable, friendly staff, who can point you in the right direction and suggest great pairing options. And don’t forget to ask about our specials!
New Saigon is proud to be the go-to spot for delicious, traditional Vietnamese food in and around Denver. We are also proud to have earned a number of awards and recognitions, including being honored as the place for the “Best Pho in Denver” (by Zagat) and as the “Best Vietnamese Restaurant in Denver” year after year (by Westword Magazine).
Whether you are looking for take-out, a great place for a dinner or the best in Denver’s Vietnamese cuisine, New Saigon invites to you experience all we have to offer.
We look forward to seeing and serving you at New Saigon!
New Saigon is conveniently located on the west side of Athmar Park, on Federal Blvd. bordering Westwood. We are open 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mondays through Sundays.
About Denver’s “Little Saigon” Neighborhood
The stretch of Federal Blvd. that is currently home to New Saigon is known as Little Saigon. Growing significantly in population during the post-war years, this neighborhood became home to many of the new Vietnamese immigrants entering the Rocky Mountain West.
Over time, these new arrivals set up various Vietnamese restaurants and other businesses in strip malls along Federal, sharing flavors and traditions from their home country. While many of the early establishments have since closed, New Saigon remains, offering an expansive, unique menu full of tasty, comforting dishes that delight the palate with the bright, exotic flavors of Southeast Asia.