Passing by a few times, i decided to try this restaurant. However, in my opinion, most good Viet restaurants r usually the hole in the wall ones that DO NOT overcharge like Nooch. THanks for pointin that out Chawan...
Somehow, i already expected this restaurant to be a rip- off. I dont care about the looks of a restaurant. However, i ordered a pho, which was tasteless, filled with daikon(VIETNAMESE?), undercooked meatballs, carrots n other stuff u normally wouldnt find in a normal viet pho. The coffee tasted bitter, but had no fragrance or distinct taste that you'd find in a viet coffee. Being a chinese, i immediatly knew that the owner was up to something, tryin to fool all those who've nver tried pho. i even heard him speak cantonese to his little son and wife before drivin off in their mercedes. Not to be full myself, but workin in a job that pays more than a restaurateur, i wouldnt even think of buyin more than i hv. Afterwards, i stupidly decided to give the spring rolls n pork sandwich a try. The spring rolls had so much shrimp it literally disgusted me. The pork in the pork sandwhich was so tough that even a tiger would hv trouble chewin it. Wt made it even more humorous was that the owner/chef was cookin it on a expensive lookin grill which was an absolute joke, considering how bad the grilled pork jerky turned out. Another joke was that he even had a BIG flatscreen TV mounted on top, which showed cooking lessons. He should either hv his customers change the channel so he could pay more attention to cookin and not make shrimp rolls, pork jerky sandwich, and bland chinese rice noodles OR he should sell of his TV.
DO NOT COME HERRE IF U R LOOKIN FOR TRUE VIETNAMESE FOOD,
I surely hope this restaurant will close down due to its inauthentic food and the owner's greed, squandering money on his car, grill, tv and deceiving interior.