Vietnamese cuisine: pho noodle soup, rice dishes, noodle dishes, stir fry, bubble tea, etc. A spattering of Chinese & Thai dishes available too.
My family has been coming here ever since this place opened. The food is not fancy, but it is tasty and reasonably priced.
The staff are attentive and are pretty relaxed about kids acting like kids. I'm not talking about spoiled tantrum behaviour, but toddlers & preschoolers doing kid stuff that would sometimes gets you the evil eye in fancier establishments. Young kids can check out the aquarium with koi fish.
This is my kids' favourite restaurant and the staff knows us well enough to be familiar with our regular orders. We usually order the pho noodles, but the menu is quite extensive and weekly specials are available. Some items might be removed from the menu if there isn't much demand for them (e.g dim sum).
If you have food restrictions/allergies, talk to the staff & they will try to accommodate you as best as possible. They were able to accommodate my husband's dairy and gluten issues & my kids have a sensitivity to peanuts. Just keep in mind that Vietnamese cuisine has a history of using peanuts (including oil) in their dishes, so avoid this place if you have any severe peanut/nut allergy with anaphylactic reactions - there's too much of a risk for cross contamination.
This place is great for families, especially with young kids, and couples on a cheap date, but with an adventuresome palate. Not suitable for people who think that asian food is stuff like chop suey and sweet & sour chicken balls. Might be too informal for a business lunch.
The decor follows good feng shui principles: temple shrine in front foyer, waterfall, fish pond (i.e. tank), living plants (that are constantly replaced), Maneki-neko (cat) statue waving a paw next to the cash register. And most importantly, CLEAN BATHROOMS. Yay.