If you can tolerate the repetitive (and loud) elevator ABBA and Carpenters music from the 80s, you are in for a special treat.
I ordered the basic Pho Tai (#31) on the menu. It was served with ample side portions of parsley and basil, lime, jalepeno & soy sprouts.
The broth is very good, the meat came pink in the bowl which is how I like it. I do wish the quality of meat were a little better, or that they offered an organic Pho with organic/grass fed pho, (still searching), but for the price it was a very good meal and the beef was properly sliced. No alcoholic beverages here, but plenty of teas and smoothies. A surprise find in the King Soopers Green Mountain parking lot.
The condiments are kept clean and neatly placed on the table and the restaurant seemed to be spotless. There wasn't even dust on the ceiling this place is so clean. They obviously take pride. The only downside is the terribly loud music. It would be so much better if they could lower the volume and choose something different. The music just makes me want to eat and get out fast.
Worth a visit if you are in the area and craving Pho.
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