The restaurant was not too crowded on a Sunday evening at 7 pm. They offer a variety of cuisines, including Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, and a bit of Korean. This is normally not a good sign, but in this case the menu choices were well executed. I ordered the eel and avocado sushi roll ($7) followed by the chef's special Beef Pho noodle soup with beef, tripe, and beef balls (large size, $10), then the Japanese-style custard dessert ($5), which resembles creme brulee. The sushi was very tasty, and the pho was better than other versions I've tried. The broth was excellent, and the beef slices, beef balls, and tripe were tender and delicious. The only fault I could find was the raw green chili slices that came with the bean sprouts weren't as spicy-hot as they should have been. Perhaps they were toned down for Western tastes. The atmosphere was informal, unpretentious, and family-friendly, with young and old diners alike. The restaurant had a sushi sit-down counter plus tables (we chose a table), and a large screen TV with sports. The waitstaff were very attentive, helpful, but not intrusive. This is a relaxed, enjoyable Asian food experience with generous portions at reasonable prices.