Thanh Da

6008 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 492-3253
8:00am - 7:30pm
8:00am - 7:30pm
8:00am - 7:30pm
8:00am - 7:30pm
8:00am - 7:30pm
8:00am - 7:30pm
8:00am - 7:30pm



  • Order the #3 bhn myou wont be disappointed
  • Whether it's one of the many soups served here, a bahn mi or viet coffee, everything's delicious! My go-to spot for Vietnamese worth a half an hour bike ride.
  • Call in to pre-order to avoid smelling like toasted bread and meat when you stay in here too long.
  • Bun bo Hue is a must have. Rare to find in NYC and a good rendition here. Spicy lemongrass chili broth, with long simmered beef shin and tendon. Like pho's angry little brother.
  • banh mi, banh beo, bun rieu, pho!
  • Come here for the noodles, not bahn mi. Great curry and great broth, for your stomach's sake order their curry and noodles!!!!!!!!
  • Try Bun bo Hue soup-brick-red beef broth tastes of long simmering, spiked w/ chiles, lemongrass, & shrimp paste & great hunks of braised beef & slithery rice vermicelli, along w/ scallions & cilantro.
  • Five. Five. Five-dolla banh miiiii. Bread was on the crunchy side but the meat is delicious. The pho is also great if you're here on a chillier day.
  • Great Vietnamese can be hard to come by, but this place has it all: affordable, a great ambiance, and a menu that mixes classics with a few oddballs. We love the beefy and spicy bun bo hue soup.
  • Banh mi is definitely great, but it's worth it to head up to ba xuyen for an EVEN BETTER one. Everyone else got pho. Probably great pho
  • 19 and 31fpr me to go.
  • Tasted the Banh Mi pate sandwich; bread was crispy and the pate was tasty but not spicy as requested. Coffee was amazing.
  • Very tasty pho and good bahn mi sandwiches.
  • In the bun nuoc leo, a canopy of basil hides shrimp and crispy chunks of roast pork, which bathe in an unctuous broth flavored with whole fermented fish that disintegrate during the cooking process.
  • Bun Bo Hue was good but not great. Honestly tought it would be better.
  • They have bun bo hue. Pho is solid. Skip the banh xeo though. Portions are HUGE and cheap.
  • The real draws are the noodle soups and sundry Vietnamese dishes, which are more vibrant than any in the area.
  • The Bun Bo Hue is spicy, comforting, and delicious. The baguette they use for the Banh Mi is ace- unmatched by the bolillo-esque rolls you find at disappointing banh mi joints around the city.
  • Bun Bo Hue is incredible! Do it.
  • Probably the best Viet spot i been to. The Pho is good... The Bun Bo hue is def on point and it is actually spicy(pepper corns), and the banh mis are better than anywhere else i taste in nyc.

Nearby places

6301 8th Ave (btwn 63rd & 64th St.)
1 Beard St
5617 8th Ave