This place was easily to locate. The restaurant seemed outdated. The menu was a mixture of Chinese, Vietnamese, and some Thai. I would only suggest that the servers have a more uniform look instead of shorts, hat on backwards and whatever TShirt was available was a little too grunge for me. I had the BBQ Pork Platter and my husband had the spicy soup (N9). I was really under the assumption that N9 was a noodle soup. Something called Bun Bo Hue. The English description of these dishes was not accurate. But the food wasn't bad. It was rather low price for two to each. The food was enjoyable and the BBQ Pork had a nice zing and sweetness with a light char to it. I would return. If you like Vietnamese food and have a serious craving, This will satisfy the craving.
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