My folks and I ate lunch at The Noodle House, wanting to give it a try after reading a newspaper article. Despite having a tiny, almost hidden, front door, the inside is spacious and welcoming. There are a lot of tables in varying sizes, the decor is clean and comfortable, and the staff were friendly. The menu does not have a lot of variety, but it is more than ample for varying tastes. The primary dishes include pho (rice noodle soup), bun (rice noodles), and com da (rice). Each has a variety of meat options and sizes. There are also a few appetizers, beverages, and desserts to choose from. We had the mixed seafood pho, eye of round pho, and chicken com da. The large size pho is quite big; unless you have a really big appetite the regular or small size is filling. The pho comes with the standard lime, cilantro, and jalapeños. Each option had a good amount of meat. The rice with chicken was a good size for a moderate eater. The plate looked plain, but the food was well-seasoned and quite tasty. My folks have never had Vietnamese food and they said it was good and that they would eat there again. Compared to other Vietnamese places I have eaten at, the prices were slightly higher, the pho broth was much better, the menu had fewer options, and the food was much fresher tasting. I recommend The Noodle House, and think it is a great place for those unfamiliar with Vietnamese food to try it out.
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