We ate here today for a late lunch and enjoyed the experience and food. Baxter St is full of Vietnamese restaurants and its probably worthwhile testing them all. Thai Son is our first experiment. A large menu of vietnamese dishes at good prices. The pho soups looked good but it was so hot we opted for a goi ga (Vietnamese chicken salad/coleslsaw style), a spicy squid dish and a dish of minced meat rolls on noodles. The goi ga and its sauce was acceptable. The minced meat rolls were very good and the squid was decent. This is a busy place with a high turnover, so I expect that even with a crowd the wait would not be too long. All around are street stalls selling (in early August) very cheap cherries, lychees and other fruits so if you want dessert - then skip the restaurants and just enjoy a pound of cherries or, even better, lychees which don't need washing as you browse around ChinaTown!