No. Worst pho ever. Don't let the pictures fool you, the noodles were soggy and the meatballs did not taste right. I just ate my rare beef, that was fine, but really how can you mess up on rare beef????
Another good Viet restaurant. They have usual staples like Pho, Vermicelli noodles, and broke rice dishes. All of them are delicious and the price is reasonable. The only downside is its location next to a busy street with a smallish parking lot. Also the restaurant itself is kinda small so it gets packed quickly during busy times.
This is a great place to get thai food in the area. Prices are good also. Will be back soon. Recommended to family
Best vietnamese restaurant I have been to so far. Food is great. Plus, price is very reasonable. The wait time may be long but it's worth of it.
The Paradise Beef is very tasty with the lime cilantro sauce. The appetizer fish cake had cilantro and nice tasting herbs. They serve fresh coconut too! It was yummie, but they put a lot of MSG, I was so thirsty after the meal.
Chicken satay and the larb salad are yummie.
This is the star restaurant in San Gabriel area. I am reluctant to try other Vietnamese restaurants after I had my first bowl here. Love their meat ball pho and eggrolls here, must try for everyone! Parking could be a little tough during busy hours, street parking available in neighborhood.
OMG the egg-rolls! Srsly... the egg-rolls!!
This place is very popular but it's worth the wait. The pho is authentic, delicious and affordable. I'm usually here for the bahn mi sandwiches --those crispy heavenly French rolls, pickled veggies, and seasoned beef or pork with a few specs of cilantro. Heaven! It's one of me favourite places for these sandwiches.
This review is based on a first visit, so obviously need a greater sample size to firm up on rating.I heard about this place based on yelp reviews as well as some of my Vietnamese friends that this is the place to go for good food, outside of Little Saigon. So gave this place a shot on a rainy day in LA. I got the Bun Rieu and eggrolls. The Bun Rieu was pretty good - not as good as the one I've had at Pho Nguyen Hoang on Valley (latter had bigger chunks of crab omlets), but it's still very tasty. The eggrolls were also pretty good - crispy and light, eat hot with lettuce wrap and spiced up fish sauce.I will definitely hit up this place again soon, try their pho, before finalizing on rating