Way-cheap, very satisfying Vietnamese eats, in a pleasant, casual environment that features red umbrellas hanging upside down from the ceiling and blue walls hung with black-and-white photos taken by the owner's father. The specialty here is pho, a hearty soup of rice noodles and broth, traditionally using beef, but these days it also incorporates seafood and chicken. A green papaya salad and/or spring rolls is a lovely way to start the meal; warm banana bread pudding is an even better way to end it. Read our review.
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