Not a novice to pho, I'm always on search of a good Vietnamese pho place. The restaurant is located in a neighborhood which concerned me at first, the establishment being next to a curtained massage business. Not sure what that was all about. As soon as I walked in, I saw that the tables were completely full. The wait wasn't long before we were able to sit down and order. The spring rolls and the pho tai with rare steak on the side. The broth of the pho has a different flavor to it that I could not quite pinpoint, but the pho was still quite tasty and all the ingredients were good. My brother ordered the vermicelli cha gio w thit nuong ( egg rolls and barbecue pork ), that dish was also quite good. I would definitely recommend this place to any connoisseur of pho.