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Posted by Mr. & Mrs. Graes on 03/16/2008
We were hoping to find a place not all the way up on Argyle that had a good bowl of Pho. This place scratched the itch, but I don't think we'll go back. The egg rolls were nice and crispy, the curry chiken and ginger lemongrass chicken had the same vegetables just different sauses. I guess if were going to drive we would not go there. If you live in the neighborhood its worth your time cause im sure you can find some good numbers on that menu.
Posted by Mike on 03/12/2008
My fiancee and I decided to try a different restaurant this evening so we went to Nha Trang on Belmont by the Blue Line station. We were pleasantly surprised! Great food and outstanding value...for $15 dollars we got two bowls of soup and shrimp rice paper rolls. We will definitely be back!
Posted by gelis on 04/10/2007
We had a wonderful meal here last night. Everything was fresh and brightly flavored, the owners were incredibly nice (the female side of the husband and wife team was in the kitchen the whole time we were there but popped her head out about every 5 minutes to say "Thank You!") and the price was unbeatable: $27 for four freshly made, generously portioned dishes. Plus it's BYOB and open until midnight even during the week! I just don't understand why we were the only people there!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2006
I can't say enough about this restaurant and its owners. I discovered them about six months ago and am so much of a regular, now, that when I was short a couple of bucks, they trusted me to take care of them the next time I was in. The first few times ordering, I had no idea what to get and went with their suggestions. I've never tried anything that hasn't been good. My favorite - the spicy lemon chicken. Just a note - bring cash. They were burned by folks using cards at their last location and so green is the only way they go now. Happy eating. Yum.
Posted by chopchop on 10/16/2006
Please, please make the trek here-- it is simply the best Vietnamese food you will ever have! Now that I live in Manhattan, I can only dream of the bun, the wonderful owners, and the claypot catfish. My brother, who once visited, still waxes poetic about the experience. Well worth seeking out.