Pho #1 moved down the street to become Phuong Vietnamese Restaurant and we are so happy to have found them! We had the opportunity to eat here and the food was  both authentic and delicious. Upon entering the restaurant for lunch, we found every table (with the exception of one booth) filled with patrons. The staff were courteous and polite even as they hurriedly buzzed around serving each person their made-to-order Vietnamese delights. 

My husband and I shared an order of Spring Rolls ($4.25) which were served with a peanut dipping sauce. These are always my favorite appetizer and not only I look forward to them but I crave them between visits. 

For my lunch, I enjoyed the Bun Dac Biet ($10.99) which is a cold bowl of rice vermicelli served with lettuce, basil, cilantro and fish sauce and comes with sliced egg roll, sliced pork, chicken, beef and shrimp. This dish is wonderful and has been a long time favorite of mine. The ingredients are fresh and delicious. Not pictured is the bowl of fish sauce which you pour over the top before starting and truly compliments and completes the dish. 

My husband enjoyed a plate of Fried Rice noodles ($10.99) which came with  jumbo shrimp, sliced chicken and roasted pork. The Chef made a special blend omitting the pepper flake and my husband enjoyed a wonderful meal. Unfortunately, this is not pictured. 

Phuong's does not have a children's menu but are kid and family friendly. They were very accommodating and swiftly prepared my daughter a bowl of fried rice ($5) asking which ingredients she liked and any mix-ins (if any) we wanted to include.

After dinner, we chatted with the owner (Phuong and her son, Yao)  and it was a very pleasant visit. We will definitely be back again soon as I am already dreaming of a another bowl of Bun Dac Biet and an order of Spring Rolls. 

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