This restaurant is in the corner of a small strip center next to a Vietnamese market and a billiards bar. As with many asian restaurants, the interior is not fancy but the food was excellent. Staff was very friendly and service was good and quick. They had a good variety of other Vietnamese dishes that you are not able to find at other restaurants, such as yellow pancake stuffed with bean sprouts, shrimp and pork (they call it a crepe on the menu) and special beef wrapped in leafs.
The bun (rice noodle bowl) was excellent, great goi cuon (soft wrapped spring rolls) and fried egg rolls were both excellent, and the yellow pancake / crepe was delicious. Ingredients are very fresh and quality. The soft spring rolls stood out as they had some other ingredients like mint and cucumbers that gave them much more flavor that most that I have had.
I am very glad someone that lived here directed us to this restaurant. I think there are some bigger Vietnamese restaurants in the area but we would definitely return to this one if we are visiting again.
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