This place has a funny name, so I was a bit weary about trying it but the food was actually good. I tried the fried tofu and it was some of the best fried tofu I ever had. I also liked the chicken porridge. It was pretty good but wish it had a bit extra in it for the price (fried onions, egg, etc would have been a nice touch). It is open pretty late so it is a good spot to stop at after exploring around Vegas.
As soon as I sat down and ordered, the pho came out less than ten minutes. Even though the place was packed, we were serviced quickly. The egg rolls were hot and fresh, the vermicelli noodles were tasty and savory. This place deserves a higher rating because it is open late past midnight. I would highly recommend this to anyone.
Those baals and idols on the counter are filthy.
The food robust flavorful, delicious textures, great temperature, fabulous farm fresh to table taste. Amazing service worth the price. I inhaled the food like my Army days. God had childhood friend referred me heaven sent here.
My husband and I came here for dinner since it’s been a windy and rainy day here in Las Vegas. The place wasn’t as crowded when we first arrived at around 5:30 pm. I ordered the Pho because I wanted something hot but the broth wasn’t hot at all. I wish it could have been hotter since it has a good flavor. My husband ordered shrimp, fish and tofu soup but the soup didn’t have one shrimp in it. Service was fast as the place gets crowded. I would try another Vietnamese because I love pho but not from this place. However, the chicken egg-rolls was excellent. Restroom was very clean and well kept. Mask is required to receive service.
The food is good just a little pricy. Good pho soup with many ingredients, beef slices, fresh herb like basil, bean sprouts. The calamari is good, crunchy outside soft meat inside. Good service, they are very helpful and friendly. I enjoyed the good and fast service.