My standards are very high since spending quite a bit of time in San Francisco growing up, where every Vietnamese restaurant is consistant and authentic due to such a high population in California, but this Chinese-run place is actually not too bad. They throw up plenty of photos from their beloved namesake Nha Trang, a tropical paradise.
All the essential dishes are here, and prepared at lightning speed. The phở choices are vast, and all reasonably priced. Every once in a while the price will rise another 50 cents, but they always stay consistant with the going market rate for hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese, unlike the chain Pho Bang.