I had heard a lot about Mai village so I was excited to go there, I eat a lot of Vietnamese food. I was surprised by the decor when I walked in, I am used to eating at Vietnamese places where there are just rows of fold up tables and a few booths, this place was very ornate. The menu was very limited for Vietnamese options, there were plenty of American-Asian options on the menu, but those did not interest me. I wanted pork chops, they were out, I want an app, they were out. I ended up getting the pho. My food was small for the price I payed, and it was nothing special. All-in-all my food was not bad, it was very average. I felt the costs wer bit high compared to most Vietnamese restaurants, but it was not an expensive meal. I just felt like there are so many more options out there for Vietnamese food.
Pros: parking, koi pond in entry
Cons: food was nothing special, sevice was nothing special, restaurant is nothing special.