This great restaurant sits in a plaza along with an Indian restaurant and a pizza place so parking can be a bit tricky during dinner time and weekend brunch time.
The large menu that includes traditional Vietnamese dishes along with hot pot offerings makes it difficult to choose from. When in doubt, stick with the pho, beef noodle soup the beef brisket and meatballs is my favorite. Other delicious options are: BBQ pork with rice and the crispy phad thai.
The decor and ambiance is a bit more upscale than the other Cambodian and Vietnamese restaurants in the area. This is a great place for a first date or a casual business luncheon or dinner.
The drinks are potent and delicious! I would recommend trying the egg soda for a non alcoholic treat.
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