This place is GREAT - a tiny restaurant in SoHo that you'd probably never notice or go to unless someone told you about it. There's enough seating for about 25 people, very simple decor. It looks like any diner from the outside, except for the red awning. But, the food is Asian and it is DELICIOUS and REASONABLY PRICED!! Average entrée is $8.25 (the only price that glares out is the lobster roll at $15). My favorite is the salmon sandwich - cooked perfectly medium and tender, served on a roll with a spicy sauce and accompanied by a small salad. I haven't been there in at least 6 months, and when I went back, I was happy to find it was just as yummy. There are also appetizers like Vietnamese summer rolls and craw fish dumplings, several soups, and chicken/fish/meat salads and sandwiches .
They have excellent lemon-mint and ginger iced tea. The wait-staff is very nice, the service a little fast, but other than that, I highly recommend trying this place out.