Not bad, pretty good. Spring rolls were fresh and tasty. Bun is served cold, which is okay, but I prefer it hot. We shared the vegetarian (tofu) dish
and the flavors were nice, noodles were cooked well. Tofu was on the mild side. Service was prompt and friendly. Overall an "okay" dining experience, just no "wow" factor. We are new to the area and desperate to find something along the lines of Kim Phung up in Austin. So, while I will keep on looking, it apparently suits the tastes of other reviewers and that's what makes the dining world go round. Give it a shot, it might be to your liking.