What a charming, welcoming, friendly place. As you approach the counter, you can see into the kitchen, and straight away I felt that authentic home cooking vibe. The staff were really nice and explained everything. You can choose the buffet or items from the menu. I think I arrived just after the rush hour. 13:00. There were a lot of business/ office people just finishing and leaving as I arrived. So it seems to be very popular. As I arrived and asked for a table, I was advised to choose what I wanted before sitting down. Well, of course I had to try the tofu and vegetable Pho. I looked for a place to sit and was really pleasantly surprised by the decoration and style. I really appreciated the warmth and cosy home like feel to the restaurant. There's a piano in the corner, and a little Buddha. The paintings on the wall 'Vietnam style'. The Pho arrived and I was not dissapointed. It tasted great. A nice big bowl, filled with rice noodles, carrots, red onions, tofu and a mint and chilli garnish. The broth was also very flavoursome and not too salty. After the meal, I was recommended to have the Vietnamese coffee. It was also very nice and it arrived with the coffee still filtering into the glass. I always love when it's served like that. Art, theatre and food are a great combination. After, the my meal I went downstairs to use the bathroom, and to my surprise there was another dining room. The restaurant is a lot bigger than it looks from the outside. The bathrooms were very clean and smelt fresh. 5 stars all round. Card payments accepted.