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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Saigon Kitchen Restaurant Review: The dining room is pretty much your basic Asian humdrum, but everything is redeemed by the excellent Vietnamese dishes (with an occasional Chinese or Thai addition). There’s a long list of soups, and they are all steamy, chock-a-block good, and so huge that if you’re here for lunch don’t dare order anything else. Such restraint can be difficult, when you know that Saigon Kitchen makes the best spring rolls in town---crisp, fresh and served with lots of leafy greens, including basil and cilantro. The menu is vast, but if you spring for the salty squid, or the squid and black beans, you’ll be richly rewarded (the kitchen does wonderful things across the board with squid, scoring the meat to bring out its best texture and flavor). The range of chicken items is outstanding as well. And if crab, ginger and scallions is available, don’t think twice.