Been meaning to come in and try this place as it opened last month and it was the closest pho place to our new home. We were seated as soon as we came in (in fact, the waitress was taking another customer's order and cut them off mid-order to seat us... great for us but not so great for that other customer, I'm guessing). The place had the typical waterfall pictures up on the walls like most pho places do but it was a lot darker in there than other pho places. Usually, it's very brightly lit but this place seemed to be on the darker side. Perused the menu and found that prices were on the more expensive side than the typical pho place (for $1.75, I would expect my can of pop to be the brand name Coke or Pepsi but we got a Western Family Coke instead). I ordered the usual beef pho and was disappointed. The order came with plenty of green onions and very little cilantro (which is perfect for me) but the soup was definitely off. It didn't have the taste of the beef soup that you get at places like Pho Tan or Mui Ngo Gai. It was a bit on the salty side and tasted like the winter melon soup that you get at Chinese restaurants. The worst part of the whole experience was that later that night, I got a terrible stomach ache and then had diarrhea afterwards. Not fun at all. And I know for sure it was from eating here because the pho was the only thing I had eaten that day. Next time, we'll definitely make the extra effort and drive a little further to a better pho place.