Nice little neighborhood restaurant. It's known for it's oxtail soup, which is delicious. I ate there with people who had been there often and we all had the soup. The soup does not have noodles or a distinct flavor like the anise in pho. It's basic soup that comes with meaty oxtail bones and a side of rice. It's a good meal.
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