This was my first experience with pho, so I really have nothing to compare it to, but my one mistake was getting the #26... DO NOT GET THE #26 unless you are fine eating/picking out beef tripe and beef tendon. The waitress tried to warn me, but I didn't totally understand. Get the #28, which has the beef you normally associate with pho. I also had a Thai iced tea, which was tasty, but a little small.
Like other reviews have mentioned, the service is a little unpredictable, I'd write that off as a cultural difference. The waitresses kept my water full, but did disappear a few times, like right when I was ready to order. The interior is spacious and comfortable. I'd absolutely go back to get the #28 and Thai tea. I ate for $14 (including tip) left absolutely stuffed, and had leftovers. Parking is a little challenging, but I saw no major flaws with this place.
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