I've read a lot of reviews about restaurants, but never submitted one before, but after I heard that some of my friends, who I really care about, wanted to go to Nhu Y Restaurant in Fountain Valley, I thought, I must let them and everyone else know my experience there. I used to like this restaurant, but a few months ago (I know, I should've said something earlier) I went there with my husband and had a big fight with the employees there. There were little white worms crawling in the rice. We let the waiter know and he took it away and said ""it's just a small worm"". Another waiter even said in vietnamese, ""sometimes when we pick vegetables from our gardens, there's little worms in there that we can't see and don't know also."" I guess they think it's still okay to serve the food like that. Never heard any apologies. And we got a bill for it too. We refused to pay just the dish that had the worm. We didn't see anything in the other dishes and we did eat it all , so we thought we should pay it, but there still could've been worms in there. But we couldn't see why we had to pay for the other dish that had a worm in there. My fiance even left tip on the table for them. Why? I don't know, except that he is very naive and kind. But the lady at the cashier, the one with a lot of makeup on and her face looks so unreal, was very mean to us. She called me names and said we're ""vietnamese"" so why are we treating each other like that. Isn't every guest there PEOPLE? Aren't we all HUMAN? I felt so stupid for even staying there to argue with them and even paying the bill. I should've just walked out and called the police or something. And now that I think about it, we should've informed the Health Dept also and ask them to please check that kitchen. I guess my husband and I just like to live a quiet peaceful life, so we just let things go sometimes, but it really hurt us sometimes. As long as we have each other, it doesn't matter what they say or where we eat. We can elsewhere.