My first visit here in early 2013 seemed a nice discovery. The owner was nice. The food seemed tasty.
I returned last December when in the area. A man working there seemed to take offense when I gently queried how they can have honey containers (for the tea, it seems) available to customers when claiming to be vegan. He harshly insisted "There's nothing wrong with it." Whether or not his reply affected my tastebuds (or was motivated by insufficient revenue, if that was the case), the pho this time tasted like a watery hodgepodge of vegetables and noodles. I ate and I left.
The owner did not seem to be present when I had my late lunch/early dinner there on that weeknight. Maybe she helps with quality control when there.
My understanding is that the same owners previously ran a meat-serving Asian restaurant at the same location and at some point made the switch to vegetarian. Good for them for the switch. I am rooting for this restaurant to ditch the honey containers and to be a destination that will truly warm a vegan's heart, spirit and stomach.
Cons: Honey containers available to customers., The pho was a non-plus