Located in 8th avenue on 53rd street.
Grilled chicken bun aka on rice vermicelli, topped with peanuts and scallions. There’s a vegetable mixture of Lettuce, bean sprouts, etc underneath everything. A small bowl of fish sauce on the top right hand side.
This is how it looks all tossed up with fish sauce poured on top. Yum! The grilled chicken was chicken thighs, juicy and seasoned very well. Fresh vegetables and soft vermicelli. I am glad to try out this restaurant!
Hibachi salmon with shrimp, fried rice, lo mein, mixed vegetable. Soup and salad on the side.
The salmon and shrimp were cooked nicely, very juicy and flavorful. The rice and lo mein on your other hand was bland. I mixed the sauce from the vegetable and seafood with the carbs, it tasted better.
Basic salad and soup, can’t complain. Overall, a ok lunch.
Potato bun, $1.95
For two bucks you get this fluffy bread filled with a semi sweet potato mixture that’ll make you smile and take another bite. Ah yes, it’s tea time!
Pho with brisket, tendon, tripes, etc. Bean sprouts, basil and jalapeno slices on the side. This is a large bowl for about ten bucks. This bowl is huge with lots of stuff in it! Totally worth the money. Broth is good and beefy too. Nice and hot!
Unlike the usual cheesecake, this version has a lighter, sponge cake like texture and a lighter cheesecake flavor. But still very delicious and cheesy enough to resemble a cheesecake. Yum! My favorite dessert at this Chinese bakery.
Quesadilla with carne asada. A side of salsa, guacamole, lettuce and sour cream. Very good, It hit the spot! Pretty hard to mess up a quesadilla. This one had plenty of meat and cheese. Yum
Leftover chicken parm and fried sweet plantains. Nice and hearty and filling. Cold, be gone!