This is your modern day Vietnamese restaurant, concrete floors, exposed piping, chalkboard beer menu, mood lighting ( thank god it's not the horrible fluorescent lights), hipster music and English speaking servers, the menu is a thin pamphlet with high quality photos from Vietnam, nice touch. I ordered the crepe dish with chicken and corn, it has the crispy ness I liked but I think because I got chicken and corn, it was a little mushy. The fixing for it are butter lettuce and mint only, normally it should have cucumbers, pickled carrots, cilantro and sawtooth coriander. My husband got the bun bo hue soup, it didn't have the blood cake, and it was too sweet, we needed sate to spice it up. We eat this type of food that's home cooked often so it's ok for what it is. For the new foodies trying it, they will appreciate it.
Food Quality: 3.5
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