I frequent this establishment a few times a month. Very fresh and flavorful meal. Great service! A must stop when in GR area!
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I usually don't like Vietnamese food but liked this place. I ordered the #78 which consists of shrimp, squid, beef, pork and mix vegetables. The noodles were especially good - they were crisp and had a good texture to them. As a bonus, they give...More
The restaurant is next to an older and unattractive building on Division between 36th and 44th in the heart of the Asian community. It is a small family business and the lady who takes orders is super efficient. It's a quick lunch spot. If you...More
How can anybody give this places even a 2 star rating.Possibly the worst noodles and food that we have ever eaten.We ordered two bowls of noodles,lemonade and a dumbling.They charged us $26 and for what?A disgusting bunch of junk!!!!The service was terrible and the spoons...More
This place looks like a dive and has limited seating. But if you want authentic Vietnamese food, eat here. Nothing else in the area compares. Well known for their noodle bowls. I like the vegetarian noodle bowl.
Pho Soc Trang was my pick for lunch. I'm an adventurous eater, and enjoy a wide variety of foods. I don't consider it, but I've been called a foodie. I absolutely loved the food at this resturant, the service was prompt, and the dining was...More
I love this place! It brings back memories of the three years I lived in Asia. The Pho is awesome, best I've had outside of Viet Nam. The beef tendon is my favorite. Portions are generous and prices very reasonable. The decor is not the...More
I ordered chicken and vegetables with rice. What arrived was a decent portion of plain white rice (about 12oz cooked), two small fried chicken wings on top, two slices of raw tomato and raw cucumber on the side for $10!!! Two very small bone in...More
The food here is always good. They have fried bananas on Sunday which are excellent. The service is always good.
If Grand Rapids had an official Chinatown, this place would be in the center of it. There are quite a few oriental places in the surrounding neighborhood, however, there are many restaurants of other nationalities mixed in as well (many Mexican). I've eaten a few...More