It's quite typical low key Asian in appearance and ambience. Tired looking Formica tables, chopsticks and cutlery in a pot on the table and Asian people slurping away on noodles. It's a bit spit and sawdust but to be expected. That's what make it feel authentic.
We ordered some spring rolls and stuffed chicken wings to start. The spring rolls were really tasty but quite small and thin with a thick pastry. I prefer the chunkier version with the thinner wrap. The chicken wings were huge and stuffed with a prawn and pork mince like what you find on prawn toast. They were really yummy; crispy and juicy. Next up was a steaming and fragrant bowl of beef pho (rice noodles in soup) and a pork broken rice dish which we weren't sure what it would actually be. The pho was tasty and the accompanying beansprouts, basil and veg plenty. I liked that the basil was in huge bunches because it meant that it could flavour the soup but I didn't have to chew on it. Not a fan of actually chewing basil but I like the fragrance. The broken rice dish was also tasty. We came to the conclusion that broken rice just means small grains of rice. We mixed the fried egg, pork chop, veggie bits altogether and spooned on the sauce and all the flavours together resulted in a delicious combination.
In total the bill was excellent value - less £20. We'd definitely return to the area and probably try one or two more given that there is so much choice but only because we can. If there was only one restaurant there we'd have no problems returning here.