Not quite sure what to make of this place. A Vietnamese restaurant coupled with a champagne bar, decorated in an off-beat, Parisian bar américain style, run by friendly Slavs. The food was tasty but, in my opinion, too greasy, with some items definitely overpriced - a relatively small bowl of phó, which was tasty but lacked some of the helpful trimmings, such as fresh mint leaves, bean sprouts, lemon, a hot pepper, etc. for twice the price of a huge bowl of phó at some more modest looking, but perhaps more genuine, establishments. If you're looking for a simple, homey Vietnamese meal, this is definitely not the place. If, however, you're looking for a post-modern fusion of imaginary places intricately bundled together, you will certainly find traces of it here. I asked for a cup of green tea with my food, and when I got a pot of organic green Darjeeling (an excellent tea but definitely not the brew of choice in most Vietnamese establishments), I must admit I was genuinely amused after going through the initial shock.
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