We found this restaurant in the Vancouver Entertainment Book and thought we'd give it a try. Two of us went there for dinner around 6pm on a Sunday. The restaurant was only 30% full. Everything looked simple, casual, and clean enough. The menu offers lots of options, including a vegetarian section.
There was only one waiter, and he dressed like he just got out of bed. I thought he was probably the son of the restaurant owners. My friend inquired about the difference between egg and rice noodles, but the waiter did not seem to understand what my friend was asking. We ordered vegetables with rice noodles and chicken on rice noodles.
Then we waited and waited, for about 40 minutes for our food to arrive. Four people came in for takeout after we ordered and they got their food first and left. The customers that came in after us also got their food first. I thought it was either because we ordered hot food instead of salads and rolls so it took longer to cook, or because we used the Entertainment coupon so they decided to cook our food last. Either way, there were so few people in the restaurant that I thought the 40-minute wait was unacceptable. However, when the food came, it was delicious. Good portions with lots of veggies and chicken in delicious sauces. The fruit at the end was also fresh and very tasty (watermelon, melon, cantaloupe).
I will go back but probably only for takeout because of the long wait. I highly recommend the food. Simple, delicious, and healthy.