Overall food was okay here but the dishes are overpriced for Vietnamese food! For appetizers we started off with Goi Cuon and Bo Luc Lac (with sautéed green beans)—both were average. For soups, the Bún Riêu (shrimp and crab patty noodle soup), Phở Bò Tái Chín (beef noodle soup) and Bún Bò Huế (spicy beef noodle soup) were all pretty decent!
The restaurant is fairly huge and food surprisingly came out quick. Our server was great—very friendly and attentive.
Decent food experience. My lettuce wraps had way too much seasoning in my opinion.
The Pho combination soup was good 👍🏼
Restaurant was vastly larger than expected. We were sat and served fast. I wasn’t that hungry but the food was okay. Nothing was spectacular to me. I’ll probably stop by again but I didn’t have a great experience. Always next time though.
Easy late night spot on Spring Mountain. Nice night time views up to the Encore and Wynn. Nothing outstanding but a comfort about the food… very hearty portions and always a solid standard. I find myself coming here after late night flights into the city, you can count on what you are going to get.
For picking a Vietnamese restaurant out of the blue that was open late this is definitely not a bad option. The food was decent and quick. A little disappointed they didn't have a bahn mi but I did find a decent substitute, even if it wasn't a Vietnamese dish.
Spring rolls: these were decent. They didn't have any carrots to provide some crunchy but the vermicelli and rice wrapping were done right. We ordered with shrimp, no pork, and they came out super fast, so we know they are fresh as they don't advertise just shrimp on the menu.
Vegan pho: The broth was really good! Could've done with smaller bits of carrot, as they are they were a bit too big to eat without looking like a rabbit 🐇. The noodles were cooked well, not over done and soft. The rest of the veggies were as expected, although the bok choy was a little on the small side and cut in quarters rather than each leaf peeled off the main plant. Otherwise it was good.
Drunken noodles with shrimp: I came looking for a bahn mi but they don't have one here, so I ordered this instead. These had a good flavor but there were so many bean sprouts the noodles bite was replaced by a crunchy vegetable texture. I'm generally ok with bean sprouts, but when I ordered drunken noodles I was expecting more noodles than bean sprouts. My only other complaint was that it wasn't quite spicy enough, something I'm used to specifying at a Thai restaurant but wasn't able to here. Fair enough, Vietnamese restaurant serving Thai food, I suppose I get it.
Overall, if you're looking for decent food really fast late at night this is a good option. Wouldn't hesitate to come back.