Me and my partner had dinner we had the pho and broken rice and pork chop the pho was ok so was the pork chop service could been better was a ok experience price is about average.
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Despite being a shop with just a few tables, this shop is always buzzing with customers especially during lunch hours. I guess its due to its speed in food serving. You will get the aromatic fragrant of that viet smell once you stepped into this...More
This is a very small cafe that serves very basic Vietnamese food. The service was not as friendly as I would have liked and I was a little disappointed that they did not have the three-colour drink. An okay place for some quick and basic...More
We used to frequent this noodle house as they used to serve wonderful Pho with polite and efficient service. However in recent months, the quality of food as well as service has gotten worse. My last dining experience there was terribly disappointing. The Pho was...More
Saw this place walking down the streets and decided we had to come back and give it a try for lunch. Good thing we did, by the time we came back there was a line out the door and people were waiting to be seated....More
nice quick vietnamese fix, seated quickly, orders taken and fresh hot food delivered to the table in 5 mins. Serves were a large size and very tasty. not flash, but cheap and cheerful.
I found this place really great, portions are big and prices are very reasonable. Food is great the spicy beef noodles soup tastes delicious and the house special too. I wish this place opened on Sunday.
Ordered beef pho and seafood noodle soup. The seafood was good, but mine had no soup the noodles and beef were totally over cooked. Tasted so bad that I actually didn't eat it. Really disappointing. Now still hungry and 30 bucks down the drain.
My wife is Vietnamese, so it does take a lot to impress her. I had pho, which was ok, not very rich. My wife had pork and rice, which she enjoyed. The staff were Chinese, not Vietnamese