This small place (seats 20) is located at the south-west end of the Inala Civic Centre - a type of outdoor mall which is behind the larger (and indoor) Inala Shopping Centre. Entry is easiest from middle of the Kittyhawk Ave car park.
Bo De Linh Son is run by a lovely old Buddhist nun. We ate lunch there and were surprised to find ourselves the sole patrons. The lunch menu is not overwhelming, but there was enough variety to let us try a good sample of Vietnamese food. Our very flavourful dishes were made with fresh ingredients in no time at all, and we got a lovely present of a large persimmon for dessert!
Do try this place next time you're in Inala. Vietnamese food is not to everyone's liking, but it's worth trying it at Bo De Linh Son, especially given that it's suitable for vegans!
(And while you're there, avail yourself of a range of hard-to-find super-fresh Asian greens, fresh cassava, and even fresh jackfruit available from the Asian greengrocers at Inala Civic Centre!)Pros: freshness, lovely flavours, personal service
Cons: Lack of atmosphere, smallish menu