Everything I've ever had here is insanely tasty. My hangover favorite is the biscuits and gravy here. Meaty, garlicky gravy makes this my favorite breakfast in Tucson. I only wish I could replicate it at home. I'm also nuts for the garlic chicken, but it's only because I love the sauce. The chicken seems to be an airline cutlet. It's usually moist enough and tasty, but it just looks so sad on the plate. Doesn't stop me from ordering it.
The Pho is delish but I keep going back for the cha gio. It reminds me of the awesome cha gio I used to eat at my grandmother's friend's restaurant in Denver when I was a kid. Actually, almost everything here reminds me of eating with my grandma when I was little. Every time my mother visits me we make a pilgrimage here for the crepes, cha gio and pho. And everything drowned in their fish sauce. (part of why I either go alone or only with her, my abuse of that sauce grosses out all of my friends)
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