Good Americanized Vietnamese food. I went there Jan. of 2009 for dinner. Pretty good for Americanized version of Vietnamese food. Cheaper compared to other restaurants on the strip. Generous food portions so if you are not too hungry, I would split the dish with a friend. I am a fan of spicy foods, so compared to what I like, the food was mild, not spicy enough for me. My friend complained that the chicken came with the bone and said it was harder to eat, but I thought it gave the meat flavor. I've had better Vietnamese food elsewhere, but for the price, proportion, and location, I can't complain.
Where's the service?. We were guests at TI and had seen this restaurant several times and figured it looked good. Boy, that was a mistake. The waitress couldn't of cared less about us, in fact she seemed irritated by our business. I'm a vegetarian and was looking forward to the cuisine that I assumed would be more veggie friendly, since a lot of places weren't in Vegas. Not so much, which was disappointing. The prices were really high. I had ordered a favorite dish of mine only to be left wondering, "WTF." Boring, because it was boiled water poured over unseasoned vegetables. If I served this food at my home, I would be embarrassed.
Not Authentic and Overpriced. I've eaten at many a Pho places (in Vietnam, in Oregon, in Washington, in California and at another Pho place in Vegas), and have made it myself (being Vietnamese and all). I was so excited to find a pho place on the Strip so I decided to give it a shot! $10.00 for a bowl of Pho on the Strip sounded not so bad compared to how much everything else was. However, once I tasted it, I knew I paid TOO much!!! The broth lacked flavor. Perhaps they did that on purpose for people not familiar with Vietnamese food...who knows? All I know is, for $10.00 (on the Strip or not), I expected it to at least be decent! My husband and I were so disappointed, we did not even finish our food. I recently found out that Pho Hung (chain originated in Oregon) has opened a pho restaurant in Vegas - I'd probably go there next time I get a pho craving while in Vegas.
Very fresh Vietnamese cuisine anyone would enjoy!. Even if you never have tried Vietnamese cuisine, this is the place to enjoy some authentic dishes. They keep all the "interesting" ingrediants on the side so you can add them as you wish. The food tastes so fresh. The Pho (pronounced "FAH") is basically a noodle soup with different ingrediants of your choice. It's warm and might be better than chicken soup to cure whatever ails you! The restaurant is actually a cozy corner of The Coffee Shop at TI. The wait staff is friendly and effecient, and you KNOW it's good when you see different nationalities trying the authentic Vietnames food!
Vietnamese cuisine served in a comfortable and casual coffee shop setting..
Noodle soups and rice dishes are the specialties here. The restaurant is even named after a signature Vietnamese dish, pho--a rich beef broth with vermicelli noodles, spices and fresh herbs. The 30-seat, no-frills restaurant is located within the coffee shop at Treasure Island and is the Strip's only Vietnamese restaurant. First-timers might start with the pork and shrimp spring rolls or a one of several soups. Main rice dishes include meats such as curry chicken, charbroiled pork chops or sauteed tender beef.
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