This eatery in the suburbs of Rochester seems to have a loyal following. For dinner I had a routine pho tai (noodle soup with slices of beef), coming with bits of mint, green peppers, bean sprouts (we asked for them to be cooked), and wedges of lime. You usually add some chili pepper sauce to taste. It was very tasty. My wife had beef meatballs and noodles, similar. For an appetizer we had chicken wings, which were crunchy but not too dry -- well done. I also had a soy milk drink (dou jiang in Chinese, sua dau lang in Vietnamese?); not liked by everyone, but try it. You might also like the Vietnamese iced coffee, different and zesty.
The place seems to need some more servers; we hope good workers turn up!
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