Family owned, very friendly. Mostly authentic, although the hot and sour soup was an underspiced version of the Chinese soup. Menu is oriented to dishes of noodles with various toppings or combinations of toppings. Also a very good fried egg roll with a rice paper wrapper. Soy and fish sauce and a homemade hot sauce available to add to the dishes. Limited beer and wine selection, but BYOB is allowed. Very well priced, with most dinner entrees under $7.50. Clean and well lit.
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