This little hole-in-the-wall eatery is a great find for those seeking some truly delectable Vietnamese dishes among the staple of restaurants in the ID. The location, decor and room or lack thereof, makes it more conducive for a bowl of hot soup and unsurprisingly, it was once Pho 88. What the House lacks in ambiance though, it more than makes up for in the food it delivers and oh, what great food this is. Fresh grilled meats, succulent, flavorable, shrimpballs and tantalizing, perfectly seasoned, skewered pork accompany fresh, steamed, broken rice. There's the Bun Bo Hue - a spicy, Central Vietnamese noodle soup that is a great change-up to the venerable pho. There's also a melange of different vermicelli noodle dishes loaded with fresh vegatables and herbs for your taste buds and senses to enjoy. I can go on and on, but you get the point. So the next time you happen to find yourself in the ID, do yourself a favor and stop by the House. You won't be disappointed.
Pros: Food, service, price
Cons: location, parking, ambiance