The place is so small that you have to wait on the sidewalk for a table. Downtown businesspeople do not mind the wait, and neither will you once you ... More
The place is so small that you have to wait on the sidewalk for a table. Downtown businesspeople do not mind the wait, and neither will you once you have tasted the food. The menu remains the same from opening to closing. The servings are large, tasty and inexpensive. A popular pick is Pork and Flame-broiled Shrimp with vermicelli and vegetables for USD5.45. The Beef and Shrimp with vegetables and rice is a filling meal also at USD5.45. Beverages include hot or iced green tea, lemonade and coffee.
i had a food review assignment in my college english class and lets just say that i love phos so much i decided to do my review there just so i could go back like 5 times in a month! its a cheap place to eat and i deffinately love theie food. my favorite is the #26 bbq beef w/ rice. sooo good. i introduce my friends to this place all the time, haha none of them disliked it yet! so as far as that goes, i really dont think that anyone could hate the food... unless they are stuck up like the last person that wrote a bad review... too salty my a--. theres something for everyone. just check it out youll know what i mean!
We sat ourselves since there wasn't anyone available to seat us. We ordered hot tea as our drink, extra large pho #1 (everything), and a small #11 pho (rare steak). Our food came out first and we did not receive our hot tea beverages. It wasn't until i stopped the waiter that we were finally able to receive our tea.
The food came out hot and fresh with the typical condiments of bean sprouts, sliced jalapenos, mint leaves, and lime wedges. The broth is a different story. It smelled good but it was too salty. Salty enough that it ruined the bowl of soup. I do love pho but this new location doesn't capture both the ambiance and recipe as their first location.
The experience was fair. The pho could have been better. The prices are very fair. This place is a cash only establishment as it has always been but they will soon accept credit card transactions.
This is not the third best restaurant in Reno. We thought it was after viewing the reviews in yahoo. The spring rolls were decent. Otherwise, the noodles was under-cooked and the food was not as good as other Vietnamese restaurants we have been to. Service was good and price was right but not the food!
They are popular, but they don't have a busboy, so it can take forever to get seated. That would be get seated at a table with a bunch of dishes on it from the previous patron. You might be sitting for 15 minutes before you get your table cleaned, and you might not get menus at that time.
All in all, I dined alone and got there before noon, but still had to deal with dirty dishes, slow help, and a surely waiter. The lemongrass chicken was ok, although the rice was dried out (heatlamp?)
I eat fast, but I was still there for 55 minutes, which is stupid when they have people waiting for tables.
Need a busboy, a sponge, and an attitude adjustment.
The food was served hot, quick, and was of exceptional quality. The value could not be beaten anywhere. When was the last time you saw anything on a restaurant menu for 20 cents? That is how much a pot of wonderful tea costs at this great little Vietnamese place in the heart of downtown. Highly recommended...............
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