My co-workers and I have gone to Vo's multiple times at lunch time since they remodeled in 2008 and we keep on being disappointed on multiple levels.
Overall, the service is highly variable from the time we enter the restaurant, to getting menus and putting in our order, to receiving our food, to clearing dishes and to receiving our check. Given that time is often limited due to meeting and other commitments, it would be better if Vo's developed a more consistent team and routine for the lunch time crowd.
The food, however, has been nothing more than average. While there is a reasonable range of choices (and my team as tried most of them), they are not carried out at a high level and not consistently cooked. The fish and noodle dishes are frequently overcooked, the curries do not taste authentic, the green papaya salad lacked flavor and does not appear to have been made to order, and the claypot dishes are over-Americanized.
They handled a medium-sized party reasonably well, the bar area can be fun, and the remodeled interior looks fine, but unfortunately, these can't make up for the other deficiencies they face.
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