First visit to this Vietnamese Restaurant located in the Manoa Valley. Lots of free parking and easy access to the 2nd floor. Interior is spacious and easily accommodates dine in with social distancing. The service is friendly, helpful, and professional.
The soup options are great. It is fresh and very flavorful. The cost for most every item is very reasonable.
One of the best kept secrets in downtown Hilo. Wish they were open on Wednesdays so I could stop in after visiting the Hilo Farmer's Market.
Dear talkative, loud, obnoxious slow eaters please eat and leave. This is not a place to sit and take your time. There is and will always have a line to get in. Other people would like to have some dinner too! THERE IS NO TAKE OUT!!! you walk in and sit on any table (even if it hasn't been cleared yet) the server will give u menus and you will have about 2 mins to decide and when the server comes back you need to order!!! Or risk annoying the server! Don't do that. This is a very small very quick type of place. I always order the #16 which is now the Combination Pho (recent menu change) and my gf always orders the stew with vermicelli. I CRAVE THIS STUFF!!! You will annoy the regulars if you don't know how to eat and leave. If you don't like the service no one cares because much more others will gladly take your table!
Come here when you have the craving for pho. The restaurant's menu is pretty limited: pho, beef stew, spring & summer rolls, and cold vermicelli noodles. Their pho is the best! The beef stew is OK; the vermicelli noodles aren't the best. The prices are very reasonable. The restaurant is not very big & sometimes you have to wait to be seated. Party of 5 is just about the biggest it can accommodate.