These last few days, I have been trying to find a good vietnamese restaurant with an extensive selection. Meaning I want something more than just Pho. I tried this restaurant today. It is located opposite of Pho 97 in Chinatown. The name is no longer Viet Huong but Thien Huong Restaurant just so you know. The reason why I went here instead of Pho 97 because they have this noodle broth called Bun Bo Hue. In general the menu is more extensive than Pho 97. The Bun Bo Hue was good but did not have enough noodles. I also have the Goi Cuon (Spring rolls with pork, shrimps, and vegetable). The rolls were fine but their sauce was horrible. I would come again and try the other stuff on the menu but not the spring rolls. It doesn't hurt that everything is really cheap and with an ""A"" rating.
Pros: Bun Bo Hue, more variety on menu
Cons: Sauce that came with the Spring Rolls