Latest iteration of a restaurant in this location has had no significant interior improvements since the South American place I remember visiting many years ago. Different mural in the same spot on the wall and similar small changes to a setting that was marginal at best. A cool old ceiling will only get you so far, and they are far from rare these days. Stopped on a war,humid day and they kept the dining room door to the patio open the entire time we were there, as if they had no AC. Room temp was fine, thanks to an overhead fan. We had pho, spring rolls and pork Rangoon, with Vietnamese beer. The soup was very good, with a more than adequate serving of beef. Those who don't care for undercooked meat might want to mention that when ordering. The beef was stacked in the center of the bowl, with thoroughly done on the bottom and the top portion a lovely red. I've not seen the dish served in that fashion elsewhere. The serving size of the pho was at least a full quart, and that was the smaller, lunch portion. The spring rolls and Rangoon were tasty, but I found them to be overdone and the shells too thick. Of course these are minor points and I would be happy to return should a companion wish to do so. It would not be my first choice given the many other Vietnamese-Thai-Chinese restaurants in the area.
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