4 based on 88 reviews
An incredible restaurant, city quality in the suburbs. You can choose between a VERY affordable menu of Vietnamses classics like Pho, Bun, and Com, or a pricey menu of French cuisine, or a menu of fusion items with prices everywhere in between. Very fanc y atmosphere, great service, and a knowledgeable and passionate owner/head chef. Always a delight, just try for anyone in the are.
4 based on 69 reviews
The place may be tiny, but the Vietnamese kitchen knows its stuff. We started off our meal with two huge Gá»i Cuá»n (Fresh Garden Spring Rolls) filled with Shrimp, pork, lettuce, vermicelli noodles, cucumbers cilantro, & mint - and found them a light & refreshing start to our meal. For entrees, my husband chose Phá» TÃ¡i (Eye Round Steak) Beef noodle soup with eye round steak served with a huge plate of bean sprouts; I got to taste the broth; it was delicious. My choice was BÃºn Cháº¡o TÃ´m (Grilled Ground Shrimp Vermicelli noodle bowl) Grilled ground shrimp, served with rice vermicelli, shredded lettuce, cucumbers, pickled carrot/radish and mint, topped with crushed roasted peanuts - it was wonderful. This tiny restaurant was a delightful find.
5 based on 13 reviews
We called our order ahead but had to wait awhile as the grill was broken down AGAIN. we got 2 meatball and 2 beef sandwiches with chili mayo, jalapenos and the usuals.all delicious with a nice blend of flavors. The baguette rolls were fresh with a hearty crunchy crust.
4 based on 10 reviews
There are few Vietnamese restaurants in the area that warrant particular attention but this is one that you really shouldn't pass up. I've dined here about a half dozen times and the food and the service are consistently outstanding.The fresh summer rolls and the crispy spring rolls are excellent starters but the real stars in my not so humble opinion are the phos and the bun bo hue. Whether you prefer the bone on chicken pho, or the easier to handle pho ga (boneless chicken), you really can't go wrong here. The pho sates are also worth exploring. The beef phos are equally flavorful but for me their bun bo hue is a favorite. Bun bo hue is the "Hue" style of spicy hot beef noodle soup, the broth is richly flavored and on the hotter side, but I like to crank it up to 11 for authenticity. Normally this is the stuff of colder months but on a hot summer day, this was just the thing! The menu also has plenty of bun (noodle), broken rice and rice offerings too. The bun thit nuong (with grilled pork) is also excellent.The food here is simple, honest and reasonably priced. The waiters, two of whom used to be at Pho & Beyond, are always pleasant and helpful. I'm tempted to let them order for me next time I'm there. I like this place and I'll be back for more.
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