The chances of getting a table at this place on a weekend is pretty high. The service staff were friendly and welcoming. The menu has all the usual suspects; pho, prawn rolls, banh mi, crispy pancake, rice dishes etc. For drinks, it has various juices but sadly, no soda chanh.
Ordered two appetisers and two mains to share amongst the cover of us. Food was decent and the juices were good. Expect bistro prices.
The food that we ordered included chinese sausage (lap cheong) spring roll, prawn spring roll, mushroom cheong fun, grilled pork noodles with deep fried spring rolls and grilled chicken rice. The rice came with an egg and meatballs soup.
The sauces for the spring rolls were hoisin sauce with peanuts.
Expect to spend about RM20 per pax.