Pho 88 is situated in one section of a strip mall. It has a good amount of natural light to bathe the interior. The interior is no nonsense, something that won't make you remember the decor. Like many Chinese and Vietnamese eateries you come for the food, not the ambiance. Pho 88 does have a menu that on your first visit may take a bit of perusing of decide what you want. The (beef) Pho was good with plenty of noodles plus the expected goodies. Now this is not as good as my favorite place up in the Bay Area but it satisfies the tummy. The Mi Xao Ga was decent and one of the plates that ventures toward the Chinese side of food and preparation. The Com Suon Nuong or grilled pork chop rice plate wasn't as successful in comparison to our standard up north. Cannot fault the Viet iced coffee or the Thai iced tea. Restaurant staff is quiet and unobtrusive. The clientele while we were visiting was varied and probably 75% filled. Everyone has their favorites when it comes to food but Pho 88 is worth checking out.
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