Then this is the place.
I ate here as it is conveniently situated next to the bus stop, but otherwise, wouldn't usually be my first choice.
The food was ok. It was quick, warm and considering it's location, looked reasonable clean in the tiny kitchen.
However, you are in a massive food hall where every body else cooks an array of dead things. So if the smell of fish or chicken is a little unsettling for you, maybe try another restaurant.
The cost was cheap, and it all works on a token system. You purchase tickets at the counter before you get your food. 30,000 dong was enough for two meals and a drink.
Cons: very busy in food hall, lots of meat being cooked next to you