Quality is average but quantity is worth to complain!.
Quality is average; however the quantity is miserable. The pho bowl is so small you coulda pick up all rice noodles in one scoop. For average small people like me (under 130 lbs), one needs 2 bowls to fill up the tummy. The owner is so cheap and he ignores all complaints for years.
If you like pho, try Kimmy at the corner of Bushard and Bolsa. It is far more superior to this cheapy place.
Southeast Asia's twist on fast food: quick, customized noodle dishes.. In Short At peak times, the comfortable, homespun space bustles with contented soup slurpers. The Vietnamese menu is basically fast food without the frying: rice or egg noodles and individualized trimmings--thin beef slices, meatballs, shrimp, tripe--added raw to the hot, clear broth, which cooks them. Besides soups, the menu features charbroiled pork and beef dishes, as well as egg and spring rolls--from rice paper rolls filled with shrimp, veggies and pork to noodle-like "rice rolls."
I think this is one of the pho restaurant that's been open for long time. The food and value is great. I ordered Pho Tai with extra meat, which is rare cooked roast beef in rice noodle. Usually, I'll finish the meat before finishing off the noodle. This place dumps sooo~ much meat, I end up finishing off the noodle before done with the meat. I believe if the location a bit hard to find because it's behind commerical building. Only way to find this location is to look at the sign front of the business building.