This is a unique and cozy Vietnamese restaurant on Monroe Avenue. They are known best for their Pho soup, a big brothy bowl with thinly sliced beef and lots of noodles. I found the soup alone very filling; it is really enough for a meal by itself. The decor is artsy and includes some unique metalwork on the outside and a big fish tank inside. It reminds me of some places in New York City for some reason that I can't quite put my finger on. Our server was perky to the point of being amusing, but still attentive and friendly. Its a little more expensive than your typical "ethnic" restaurant in Rochester, but it is a nice place for a romantic evening.