I usually order the pork over vermicelli bowl and crystal rolls. I like that the pork bowl comes ""dry,"" i.e. not in a soup. There's not a lot of pork, but just enough to satisfy me, and it's decently-priced for a clean, sit-down place on the Westside. The place has better ambience than other restaurants in its price range and is actually quiet enough that you can hear the person you came with. The Vietnamese iced coffee, which comes in a fancy press, is also delicious. My boyfriend and I think the food's a great value for the price, and we come often. \r
They also make a tasty garlic eggplant dish, with cubes of lightly breaded eggplant, sliced zucchini, and carrots in a garlicky (hoisin-based?) sauce with a side bowl of rice. Normally I dislike breaded things, but the eggplant in particular has a great texture, very light. The other veggies are not breaded and also tasty.
Pros: free parking (back), inexpensive, good service