We had lunch here on Monday, yes they are open Mondays, and were pleasantly surprised.
It is a little difficult to find parking, but since they have an overflow lot 2 doors up, the walk is very
short if you have no luck in back of the restaurant in their tiny lot. Seating options are: outside covered, inside on bright patio, or in the darker bar area, where there were booths, tables, and
bar stools. Televisions were there but not blaring, so that conversation was possible and comfortable. At lunch hour, one will see the working folk, as well as neighborhood people and retirees, a good Phoenix Mix. Now let's tell a few tourists, so they stay in business. This is very good food, cozy ambiance, good service, a full bar, at a great price. I had fresh delicious Spring rolls, with really good sauces, one of the great Pho soups, with chicken and rice noodles, full of bright flavors. My friend ordered a fresh pork sandwich with french fries,which looked amazing, so do not fear for lack of comfort food. They do not serve dinner entrees until dinner time, so you might want to consider an early dinner reservation if you are more than peckish, I think that their dinner hour starts at 4 pm. All in all, a place we liked, with good food and a cozy ambiance. Wheel chair access might be difficult, even with the ramp, unless you want to sit outside. It has a small interior with narrow aisles. I would not take kids here. Close to Phoenix Art and Heard Museums and Burton Barr Library.
On North 7th Street/North of McDowell/South of Camelback/ near Oak St.
if you are traveling by car: Remember that turns off of 7th Street are restricted during rush hour, 3-6 PM.
You should approach from the South so that you can make a right turn into their parking lots. Restaurant is in a Craftsman bungalow on the East side of the street. They have a lot in back that only holds 10 cars with one handicap spot. More parking behind another bungalow 2 doors up is marked with a small sign. This neighborhood is known as Coronado, and has become steadily gentrified in the last 10 years. A favorite with artists and young professionals, the Coronado neighborhood is also home to great houses, North High School, which has an IB program, and a very diverse mix of people, including Indians since there is a Hindu temple there.
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