Saw the "now Open" sign, gave it a lunchtime try. It's set back in a strip mall, nothing fancy. The interior is nicer than I expected, with a water feature, nice lighting, clean and smelled delicious.
Pressed for time I just ordered beef pho. The table was clean and with the usual Asian restaurant condiments and chopsticks/spoons. Cold water was quickly offered, with some lemon (or lime) in it. The menu looked interesting, not just the usual pho and teriyaki choices, but some yummy looking dishes like Bahn Hoi, Mi Xao, Com Tam, Curry dishes and some 'House Special Entrees'. The server said they wanted to have more authentic dishes from Viet Nam, not just pho and noodles.
The Pho was very good, served with the usual Thai basil, peppers, lime and sprouts - everything fresh and good. A good portion of beef, some onions, noodles, and the broth was very tasty. I would recommend it to Pho lovers.
Overall I got the impression that the owner takes pride in the place, and was looking forward to serving Vietnamese cuisine other than the more common stuff available everywhere.
I would like to make it back to try some of the other menu items soon, though for me it was a little out of the way.