Pho Viet at 3712 Galley Road 80909 had visible nails in the parking lot on the north side and large chuckholes in the asphalt in the entry and exit pathways on the west, north, and east sides. The east door to the restaurant is no longer an entrance, only an inside exit, because the drug dealers in the neighborhood park their cars there to switch cars into customer cars to drive around the lot and do deals so as not to be exposed out in the open. The two times we tried the restaurant, there were yelling altercations inside, so beware. The first incident caused the restaurant to be closed and patrons' meals to be comped: the two owners got into a shouting match about cash when the man demanded it from the woman cashier. Police were called by one of the owners. When they arrived, the owners were informed their altercations was civil matter, not a criminal matter. The second incident involved a large party of 12 speaking Korean who trashed the floor and table from children throwing food in a food fight. When a patron said something to the manageress named Von, later learned to be one of the daughters of the owners, the offending party saw the conversation and re-entered the restaurant to scream at the the patron, whom they did not know, saying, "Do you know who you are talking to", repeatedly. When the patron asked the manageress to summon the police, the manageress demanded the patron pay, which allowed the Koreans time to exit the restaurant again. The Koreans were under the influence of alcohol and duly reported to the police for driving the two cars intoxicated. Summary: this restaurant is in a crack neighborhood and panders to Asians who are drunk.
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