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Saigon Remembered reopens in Cockeysville

Saigon Remembered has reopened in the Cranbrook Shopping Center in Cockeysville.

In an email to his faithful customers, owner and executive chef Trang Nguyen said that this is "third and most intimate incarnation of Baltimore's first and finest restaurant dedicated to serving authentic Vietnamese and Pan Asian cuisine."

Nguyen also told his customers that the new Saigon Remembered, unlike the first incarnations on Belair Road and across from the Senator movie theater on York Road, has plenty of free parking.

The York Road location closed in May 2011.

Saigon Remembered is at 584 Cranbrook Road in Cockeysville. For information call 410-667-4100. 

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