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Nestled in the Boston northern surrounding area, parking can be a bit tricky. Place is fairly well kept, dining room is small but intertable space is roomy. Service is speedy if you knows what you want and point directly to the menu items. The pho came out fairly quick, looks wonderful yet a little lacking in the aroma hitting your face department. Broth was light yet understated, not greasy but can use more oomph in the beefy department. I got the rare and tendon which did make the cut but can use the next beef quality upgrade . The noodles are a little clumpier than what I'm used to, perhaps it can use a good prewarm dunk in the hot broth. The veggies are superb with first rate Vietnamese basil instead of off the shelf variety and real lime wedges. Worth a trip of the beaten path if you want to avoid the dreaded Boston traffic to get to the Chinatown pho locations.