Great noodle soups! We came for lunch on a Saturday and Sunday and did not have any issues with slow or rude service. The Large size is quite large indeed (the diameter of the bowl is about 1 1/2" shy of the length chopsticks), but at just $0.50 extra, it's hard to refuse. :) #1 pho: broth has good depth of flavor and generous portions of noodles and meat. The accompanying bean sprouts and mint are fresh. Bo bun hue: broth has a nice lobster flavor with a slight kick served with fun slurppable round noodles. The ham hock is tender with a good snap to the skin. It traditionally has cubes of blood, which we were afraid it might not include, since it is not mentioned in the menu description. Some restaurants just list it as "protein" as I expect some customers might not find it appealing. If you don't want the blood, I'm sure you can order it without--the rest of the dish does not taste of blood at all. The waitress even brought us a little bowl of blood with broth after she found out we liked it! Wonton noodles: again, great flavor. The BBQ pork was tasty and thinly sliced with some fat bits as well. The wonton were a bit low on the filling-to-wrapper ratio and could have benefitted from some crunchier textures, but still good. The egg noodles have a good bite to them. In summary, everything was very tasty and generous portions. The broths were all excellent, yet no 2 were the same. As a good hallmark of any authentic Asian restaurant, they have a large Asian customer base.
Kristi P. on Apr 4, 2016