This place is in the old Taco-Tico building on Walton Boulevard. It's a bit bare bones. There are napkin dispensers on the tables and small tables throughout the area. Classic rock was playing when we were there.
I often measure restaurants by their tea. The ice tea here was a bit off, but not too bad; I could drink it. We ordered spring rolls which come with a peanut sauce. They were good, and had lots of shrimp in them. I prefer fish sauce with my rolls so we got some of that too. It was really good - I was actually wondering if was home made.
For dinner I had the Grilled Pork and Shrimp Bun (noodles). It was pretty good. It came in a big bowl with veggies and I poured a lot of fish sauce over it.
Frank had a soup with pretty much everything in it. It was a dark broth, but it was light and rich. Frank said it had a good flavor and wasn't Americanized. There were a variety of textures too, so he felt it was done properly. He liked it a lot better than the Chinese/Vietnamese place on College in Fayetteville (Red Saigon?).
Overall, it was pretty good. There were a lot of Asians eating there, which I always think is a good sign, and a lot of people coming in to pick up orders. And there was a ton of food. We really enjoyed it, and have gotten takeout several times since them. Four stars.
Note: Photos to be added later