It is a comfy spot.I started with Cha Gio Chay which is shredded cabbage, celery, mushrooms and carrots wrapped in rice paper and deep fried. It was good, but there is so much soup in the medium, too much food. (How could it ever be too much, huh?)
I order the Pho Tai – it is thin rare eye round steak that is cooked in the broth right in your bowl with rice noodles and topped with scallions and onions and whatever else you would like to put in it from here…The bean sprouts with cilantro and basil and jalepenos.These jalepenos are super spicy and super good!
My verdict is it is very good. The broth is not as deep as Pho Bac, but it is very good and the meat is actually more flavorful.
Ranger Trena Evans will be leading visitors into the canyons and back in time to discover the geological history of the canyons. The canyons were formed due to poor farming practices.It is kind of unfathomable how this could have occurred because it is massive.
The floors of the canyons can be wet and muddy, so wear the correct footwear. Oh remember to bring some water and your camera. Admission is $5.00 and parking is $5.00 also. They have a tour on March 28th 11:00 till 1:00. Let me know if you would like to go!They have another tour Saturday April 18th. The next tour is not until October 3rd.