had a chance to eat at vo's midweek. liked that it is located in an older building and retains some of the inside features. overall the décor is simple and near the plate glass windows there is plenty of natural light. as you move deeper into the restaurant you need to rely on electricity. like that there is plenty of elbow room between tables. the wait staff does a very good job, their dress is casual so you may not know if they are part of the restaurant, at least initially. we had the coconut prawns appetizer. plenty of coconut and crunch but the next inner layer was a bit too soggy. the prawns themselves could have been fresher. the garlic noodles are not worth the price. buttery flavor with garlic seasoning but nothing like I was expecting; would have preferred if the noodles were mixed with minced garlic. the dishes do not come with a starch unless you are ordering a noodle dish. the Bird's Nest Noodle Basket was nice to look at but lacked flavor. If you are familiar with the Bird's Nest Noodle Basket at Chinese restaurants this will be different as Vo's uses thinner noodles. The Shaken Beef was a disappointment. Yes the beef was tender as it should be from filet mignon but there was no taste or much color to the dish. The Honey-Glazed Pork Chop was outstanding. Two good sized chops with a delicious taste. The Catfish in Clay Pot was also wonderful. It went well with the jasmine rice we ordered and needed to soak up the sauce. So hits and misses but I would return to try other entrees as well as consider the two hits again.
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