This place is more fancier on the inside. Their little shops on the second floor have gems from america and taiwan including the real saracha sauce (i think it was banned for a long time bc an ex south vietnamese colonel was the creator).
To the food. I got two dish, sausage potato with cheese and bread spread with cheese. They use daiya cheese! It's imported but I'd say it well worth the price. If you get vegetarian vietnamese dishes, it's expensive compared to other com chay places.
The service was great and they even asked me if I used the tissue even when it was obvious that I did.