A few of my coworkers and I decided to head out for lunch one day. We were celebrating the self-termination of one of our friend's job. He hated it and moved onto something better. Yay! So I suggested Vietnamese to change things up a bit. We all arrived to a fairly busy room but luckily we made reservations.
After a quick look over the menu, and assisting some newbies, we ordered. I had the Special Pho ($9) which is a soupy rice noodle dish with round steak, well done flank, brisket, soft tendon, and bible tripe. The soup was fragrant and cloudy which is the way I prefer it. The beef was just okay. Not the best quality. The noodles were chewy and springy. I enjoyed this.
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