It looks like a authentic vietnamese restaurant from some of the Facebook postings seen online. The shop is also blessed by some vietnamese priest. there are 2 outdoor seats and the rest are indoors. When we were there there was a huge group of vietnamese students i think, speaking in their native language. Anyway i got to know that the owner married a Vietnam wife and its the wife that helms the kitchen now. They are assisted by an old lady whom i guess is the mother.
Now to the food, fried ong choy is actually our kang kang $5, interesting to have this veggie stir fried instead of sambal style, not too bad. Chicken wings were nice, coated with what seemingly feel abit like marmite coating. The spring rolls $2.80 for 3, were average though, losing out to the NamNam noodle bar type. Beef pho $6.50 was also average only with lots of green onion and onions added.
There was an interesting grass jelly coconut $3 though, recommended for those with a sweet tooth. Also don't order the cheap vietnamese tea at $1, its tasteless. Overall i would just rate this place average, with quite a slow service and long waiting time despite not being crowded, i will probably not return again.
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