The menu looked promising- a wide variety of vietnamese dishes to fit any palate. We had the goi cuon (yuck- it was full of raw gia and bun and chalky thin slices of pork), bbq pork chop with broken rice (yuck- the pork chop was an unnatural orange color and the meat pie was very fishy), and beef pho (if you must, it's ok). The place is cleaner than other pho places I've visited. Parking is a little pain (w/ a blink-and-you'll-miss-it driveway for parking in the back and limited parking in the front).
Pros: clean and wide variety
Cons: food is inconsistent