Good customer service, nice clean premises - they're the newest kid on the block when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine and the ubiquitous Pho. They're in a good location on Chapel Road (South), however, this puts them in direct competition with four other Vietnamese eateries within a couple of minutes walk of each other literally. We were here for Sunday lunch (our first time) and the restaurants was not full. There were ample comfortable seating and with elbow room unlike others where seating is a little squeezy. The room was air-conditioned and a welcome climate from the heat, dust and noise. There was ambient music from the TV playing a Vietnamese songstress concert. Service was prompt as expected and friendly. There was a laminated 'specials' colour menu with pictures of dishes often ordered and a printed (or photocopied) black and white stapled paper menu (no pictures). A little odd with the menu presentation but understandable - probably still testing the market and a more permanent menu would be forthcoming. Looked like good value for money as many dishes were around the $10 mark.
The table service was attentive and satisfactory. We were able to quickly place our order - all beef noodle soup - yum! Portion sizes were good and satisfying, although one wonders how different is a small from a large besides the bowl as we didn't see a very obvious portion difference. The beef noodle soup was not the best that these taste buds have experienced but felt home-made - it's nice.
Overall it's good but they haven't won me over yet - perhaps another visit to try other dishes. We shall also see if they have adjusted any of their dishes to win the market - with eateries customers definitely vote with their taste buds (and feet).