This is in the mall with J.V.’s Restaurant (described by the Washington Post as “One of the last Virginia honky-tonks“) and Merchants’ Tire, west of Seven Corners/Eden Center. This used to be the Beewon.
The restaurant is finer in décor than most Vietnamese places and you could even take a business client here. The menu has vague, flowery descriptions of the dishes, so if you know real Vietnamese food you may at first be a bit confused. Don’t be.
Right now this is one of the best Vietnamese restaurants around. The dishes are done in very classic style, with French influence. The menu is pretty short so they may not have your favorite Vietnamese dish. And I think the place can still get better. Recommended.