The restaurant is clean, small with a humble, authentic atmosphere.
The service was friendly and efficient. The menu listed a variety of dishes of Asian cuisine. We chose Pho, a Vietnamese soup.
Upon its arrival, the bowl of soup looked quite plain; however, in the center hidden by fresh basil leaves were oodles of rice noodles. Bean sprouts, vegetables and tender bits of beef simmered in the well seasoned broth.
We learned that a small bowl, rather than a medium or large size bowl of this specialty soup would have sufficed for lunch. Fortunately, we were allowed to bring home the unfinished portion. We enjoyed it heated later that day at home for a fine supper.
Very economical brunch; no room for dessert :)
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