I'm Vietnamese, and thus I've had a lot of pho (Vietnamese chicken or beef noodle soup) before. This was most definitely not the best pho I've had before. To be honest, the pho was actually kind of bad. I could tell that the pho was not "fresh" so to say because the broth was very murky. The broth should have had a relatively strong aroma, but it did not. There was way more noodles in proportion to the meat, which is fine I guess if you don't really like meat, but then what's the point of eating pho? As for some of the other items on the menu besides pho, the lemon grass chicken with vermicilli noodles was terrible. The noodles were all broken up either because they were cooked for too long or because they were being re-used from the day before. There was a barely a hint of lemon grass in the chicken, and the chicken itself had not been properly trimmed. I had to add so much siracha into my noodles because they were so bland. If you have no experience with Vietnamese cuisine, then you'll probably like this place, but if you, like me, have had a lot of Vietnamese food before, then you'll probably be disappointed. I recommend skipping this place, which isn't that cheap for the quality of food you get anyways, and picking a restaurant in Chinatown instead.
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