It's a little more dated than Pacific where we usually go for our roast duck fix and clientele is usually older Chinese folk compared to the students at Pacific. The two of us ordered a mix of roast duck, soya chicken and crispy pork, some stirfried green beans with mince and Steve had a craving for chicken and cashew nuts...such a typical white boy!
Anyway food came promptly and there was a lot of it. Portion size is certainly on the generous side and bigger than Pacific and pricing is similar. The rice came in an insulated pot which was put in an icebucket holder by the side of our table. I think what impressed me the most at this place was the Asian service with a smile which isn't reaslly that common over here. The Chinese restaurants here are pretty much quick table turns and service is brisk and brusque. At Minh Xuong I saw wait staff patiently explain things to customers and there was definitely a smile or two thrown into the mix which was refreshing.
Steve says he prefer Pacific because there just seems to be something special about the duck there but he can't explain what. Helpful! I like both however I find Pacific is friendlier to the solo diner in the way the tables are set out.