The luxurious “seven courses of beef” is a showstopping meal for the whole table to share — and, contrary to its name, it is reasonably balanced, with noodles, spring rolls, grilled meats and hearty bowls of porridge. If the kitchen is out of one course, you can order double of another. And that’s not even the most celebrated dish at BYOB haven Saigon Block, where many of the regulars come to order massive whole roasted catfish, big enough to feed a family.
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There are many good things to eat at Saigon Block, but only one of them is certain to turn every head in the restaurant. No matter how many times it moves past, tucked loosely in the confident arms of a waiter, it can’t help attract...