The menu is extensive. I reccomend the spring rolls, charbroiled pork chop (rice dish), and traditional Vietnamese coffee. The Mongolian beef you won't recognize as the Mongolian beef you have had before - because it is Vietnamese food. The lemon grass pork is really good. It is a little spicy. The food is authentic. The dishes are large. $7 average dishes. It is a good deal.
The Decor hasn't been updated in years. Many many years. Unlike most hole in the wall Asian restraunts, the bathroom is clean! They don't turn on the AC that often, which is fine with me, but my husband complains that it needs to be cooler for spicy food consumption.
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