My family and I eat here on average about twice a month; and whereas we miss their old deal--half off on bottles of wine on Sundays--we return again and again, secure in the knowledge that the food will be very good and the service most friendly. The nosh is broadly defined as Vietnamese-fusion, with American Southern incursions predominating. The menu is short, and we usually order the same thing each time: the outstanding fried squid appetizer, dressed in salt, pepper and lime, and the refreshing Vietnamese chicken salad. For the main course it's a choice of noodle bowls or one among a smattering of meat dishes: the port chop is fab. The bun cha bowl is outstanding, with juicy pork patties; and the pork shoulder with rice "sheets" and chili paste is a hearty, tasty, belly-filler. The jambalaya is very good, too, and packs a lot of heat (so beware). The wine list is pretty basic: quaffable plonk at a very reasonable price; and the bartender makes a lovely martini. The place is unpretentious and group-friendly (though book in advance if there are going to be lots of you, as the place is small). The bar is compact and comfy, too, and a good place to eat if you're on your own, or a deux. My bottom line: I love this place, and am grateful for its being just a short walk away from home!
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