We eat here almost every week, despite living 40 minutes away. The atmosphere is fairly basic [though pleasant and clean], but the service is good and the food is excellent, particularly if you stick to certain things. Start with the spring rolls - these are not the deep fried kind. There are two to an order, with a sauce for dipping. Moving on to the main meal, the pho is great. Size "small" is huge. Size "large" is a tureen. Most variations of the pho are beef based, but there is one that is chicken, and I can vouch for the fact that if you are feeling a little under the weather, this is the ultimate chicken soup. The clay pots are also excellent. I tried an entree with crispy noodles once and found it a bit greasy, and now I tend to stick to clay pot, pho or something with soft noodles. We've never tried dessert, so I can't speak to that. I don't have the exact opening hours, but they are open fairly late. We've never had to wait for a table. For the two of us, two drinks of the non-alcoholic sort, two orders of spring rolls and two entrees tend to run between $20 and $25.
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