Avoid this restaurant as much as you could!!!.
Bad Service, Worst Service!!! If you want to pay to for somebody to get yield at then go there. You have to pay expensive price for the worst service from restaurant manager. First we walk in, the manager sit us and then yield at us. Then the servers bring food out with mean faces. Finally, you are not full with little amount of food and expensive bill. Not worthed at all.
I had to eat 2 bowl of Bun Bo Hue to fill me up...With the price I am paying I could have had that at Bun Bo #1 on Brookurst, I heard they're the best. By the way, their kids are pretty rude. Think they got all the money in the world. stuck up people. Food taste is average.
Nice decor for a Viet restaurant but terrible food and service!.
Decor is quite nice for a Viet restaurant, however this family business is very unethical, they erase the tips and write a higher amount for themselves if you give them a low tip. The food quantiy is small for the price you're paying and the taste is poor, i don't know why people go there so much. Poor service and the wait is long for nothing.
If anyone wants to eat Hue food, i recommend Ngu Binh, Vy Da, Huong Giang. Taste much better and reasonably price!
Just don't ever go here! They're all scoundrels!!!!!!!
They write their own tips.
The food was ok and moderately priced - expensive for viet food though. These guys are real crooks. They actually write their own tips on credit card charges. Such an underhanded operation - run by scumbags who help themselves to YOUR money. DON'T GO HERE.
Food is about average.
The food portion is way too small for what you're paying for. The wait was about 20 minutes and not even worth it. I really don't understand why so many people come back. There's many other restaurants that give you more and the food taste better.
Classic and elegantly prepared Vietnamese cuisine is dished up in one of Little Saigon's hippest spots.. In Short Enter over a wooden bridge--arching over a koi-filled stream. The airy, contemporary dining room is filled with wooden tables, leather booths and huge aquariums. The restaurant's popularity means a crowded dining room and a bustling kitchen. The kitchen specializes in authentic, mid-region Vietnamese cuisine. Specialties include bun bo nuong, a fresh beef lemongrass salad, and ban beo, small dumpling-like cakes. The noodle soups are rich and the spring rolls are light and airy.
Fancy but not worth it ~.
I would recommend going to Ngu Binh Restaurant, it's cheaper and the quality of food is much much better. I've gone here 3 times and the quality of the food just got worse.
One time my boyfriend saw a fly in his drink, another time a customer next to us saw a fly in his drink too. Disgusting. The portion is small and very pricey compared to Ngu Binh restaurant. The restaurant tries to come off as a fancy place with a nice decor and the decor is nice but I would not come here anymore. They had another Quan Hy on Westminster but I noticed that closed.
Quan Hy Restaurant.
I give the restaurant extra points for updating the Vietnamese "look" however, the food, price, and quantity was not satisfactory. I left the restaurant disappointed. The restaurant needs to change its portions and maintain a higher standard of customer service.