i love pho and always want to try out new places to see where the best pho is. This one tops the list for me (so far) because of the fresh yummy noodles, the clear soup, and the variety of seasonings that you can dunk in. the lime, the pepper, and the hot sauce is wonderful. this is a good place for a healthy meal
Posted: 6/17/2010 • Link to this review
Overall a decent place. It is much cleaner and better decorated than many of the Vietnamese restaurants that I have been to, but a bit of a small place. The food is pretty good, and the price is good, but the portions are a bit small compared to the other vietnamese restaurants. This place has a younger generation feel to it.
Posted: 10/15/2008 • Last edited: 10/16/2008 • Link to this review
it's great food for the pretty cheap price. If you don't want to spend a fortune on eating out for dinner and aren't that hungry then this is one of the places to go eat at. It's conveniently located near Gwinnett Place Mall. It is so much cleaner and better than Saigon's Cafe which is right down the street. I wanted to mention that Saigon's Cafe had cockroaches the TWO times I went there. Once in the pho bowl and the server said "that's a burnt onion" WOW. The second time the brown cockroach was near the kitchen it was disgusting. If it was a black cockroach and it was very cold outside and it was near the door or something than that is somewhat excusable but not a brown inside living cockroach near the kitchen in somewhat warm weather. So to those who are looking for clean vietnamese food, go to What the Pho! The service is average but what can you expect for a meal that is usually less than $10? :)
Posted: 3/10/2008 • Link to this review