Apparently, this is the take out version of a Vietnamese fusion restaurant located somewhere else in San Francisco. It’s located in a ritzy food court inside the Westfield. I went because it was recommended to me by a friend, who absolutely loved the Vietnamese sandwich there. I went with my boyfriend, and we shared a Vietnamese sandwich and a grapefruit and jicama salad. The sandwich was very nicely made, filled with fresh, quality ingredients (not the case for a typical Vietnamese sandwich). I really enjoyed my salad (so much that we ended up trying to replicate it at home later that week). I especially liked the candied pecans and the tart dressing (soy sauce based, with lemon juice). It was the also first time I’d tried jicama (hard to explain what it is in words), and I loved it!
The only thing that was questionable was the price. You can get a comparable Vietnamese sandwich in Oakland Chinatown for a fraction of the price; I guess you’re partly paying for the location and the expensive chefs (though the disposable container that the food came in was like your average Glad tupperware). On the other hand, the service was pretty good, and the food came fairly quickly (for a fancy place).