This informal restaurant is most frequently patronized by Vietnamese locals. The restaurant consists of two dining areas separated by an elaborate ... More
This informal restaurant is most frequently patronized by Vietnamese locals. The restaurant consists of two dining areas separated by an elaborate archway. A big-screen television shows Vietnamese music videos. With almost 200 items on the menu, diners have a variety of authentic Vietnamese dishes to experience. One of the most popular culinary specialties is Pho Pasteur, a rice noodle soup. Waiters bring plates of fresh vegetables and beef, shellfish or poultry to the table for diners to add to the soup.
My instinct told me to walk out once i stepped inside the restaurant. But i didn't because a friend told me that it has very good Bo 7 Mon. You can find signs of dirtiness everywhere. Owner is careless and rude. Food is ok, but not worth to risk your own health.
i ate here few times when i had to do laundry next door but was not impressed with the food at all. they do have wide selection and i've tried few dishes but didn't care for any of it. the only good thing about this place is the location and they have the best frozen yougurt place, Rocky's, next door.
Pho tastes so nasty. The soup tastes like they got it from the can (Pho lon). I think I could make better Pho at home than this place. Don't waste your money on Pho at this place. Go to Pho Hoa instead.
Big menu. Famous for their Pho and 7 course beef dish. If you are in the mood for Vietnamese food this is one of the better places in San Diego's Vietnamese town (Convoy St - Linda Vista Rd).
Bathrooms are clean! Restaurant itself needs new carpeting.
Close to Sharp and Children's hospital if you're looking for a place to eat while visitng family.
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