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 clean.
I ordered #12, aka Rare beef and tendons w/rice noodles, and apps 1/2. The beef was tender and the cartilage melted in my mouth. Topped with spouts, basil, and bit of lime and chili paste.. I enjoyed every bite.
It was busy, and with only one waitress we did miss out on water refills and I would of requested more sprouts.
My guests weren't as thrilled, but their complaints weren't about the food. One had trouble eating with chop sticks and I guess feared asking for a fork. And the other complaint was about the "smell" of the resturant. No, it doesn't smell like McDonald's or a bakery. It's Vietnamese food!
Their minor complaints aside, I'd recommend this place! And if your the timid type, bring a fork.
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