I m not a Pho expert, but, my experience here has been positive both times. And,
Pho is not just all they do. Seating is very casual; seat yourself pretty much.
Clean, light and airy settings with mirrors and windows. Menus are on the table under glass, As one person noted, it is all about Pho and variations. There are clear wraps also. Condiments at table are Sirracha, Hoisin sauce, and Chilli pepper paste.
Wait staff immediately brings a dish of fresh Basil Herbs, lime wedges, bean sprouts, and Jalapeno pepper slices (Mild) and asks for your selection.(s). If you speak Vietnamese then all goes smoothly, but if you do not, then communication becomes slow.
The key order is the Pho, and if you order the clear wraps, you have choices with them also. In either case; the Pho is served in small, medium and large bowls.
The wraps are fresh and large. Their price is really worth considering and you get two large wraps and peanut sauce to go with.
Add the Bean Sprouts, Basil leaves (not stems) a squirt of lime juice to the Pho which contains your selection including rice noodles. Squirt some Hoisin sauce and Sirracha in a small dipping saucer provided and dip your Jalapenos to eat straight.
Slurp away with stix provided, but spoons and forks can be asked for.
The small creampuffs are a delightful treat at the end. The are also a part of the meal.
Portions are large even when ordering a small bowl of Pho. Relax! Take your time, savor the Pho while hot. It is good manners not to slug down all the juice. It is an experience---not a pig-out express.
There is no distinction between lunch and dinner. The menu is the same all day.
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