We had the standard pho bowl with rare beef and meatballs. It was good. Large bowl with standard fixins. Busy place and the prices are fare.
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Quality has gone from good to poor. Service has gone from good to garbage. Young lady working days stinks, like the customer is a bother, rude, annoyed they have customers, ignores them, screwed up orders. The plate of fresh greens/beans for 2 people is less...More
After reading an article, January 18th in my local papers, Taste Section, I went on a quest. Five restaurants were profiled and I only ate at four. This being the last one. Now you would think after a huge profile, one would tidy up the...More
We had wonderful soup there with the grandchildren. The waitress was very nice and the food came out pipping hot, as it should!
Maybe it is just me but I like it when I go into a restaurant and the bench seats in the booths are not cracked and in severe need of replacement. I like it when tables are good looking and the laminate veneer is not...More
Not owned by Vietnamese, and no Vietnamese staff. The place clearly caters to local Americans who don't really know any better. Menu is totally in English, which is odd for a pho restaurant. Broth isn't very appealing, meat tastes like freezer burn. Service is good,...More
Yesterday a friend and I stopped by this restaurant for lunch. There was a group of four in front of us who walked straight over to a table and sat down, and since we didn't see a hostess or a front desk, we did the...More
This is the worst food and service I've ever had in my entire life and the food was cold, the beer was warm, and the owner was sitting on her laptop while their was food drying outside because the only waitress was too lazy to...More
If you need a bowl of warm, salty, sweet, sour, optionally spicy soup made w/ all the right fragrant spices and full of noodles, a variety of kinds of beef or chicken or tofu, you need to come here. They have beer, too, which is...More