Pho Saigon is one of the few Vietnamese restaurants that we have found in the Western suburbs. It is a large, unpretentious restaurant that has a decent amount of items on their menu. The main dish is the Pho Noodle soup, which comes in three sizes. The large bowl is very large and is a great value because it is only about $1 or $2 more than the small size. There are many choices of items that you can order with your soup. The broth is very good. I do not recommend any of the appetizers because I found them on the bland side. Many times, they also run out of appetizer items as well. The restaurant is large but rarely is full. The service is friendly, though slow at times if there are numerous tables.