Lemon Grass has several restaurants in the former Saigon. We tried this one at the bottom of a street, in the center, yet far enough away to be quiet. The Vietnamese consider it to be somewhat expensive. However, for Westerners unaccustomed to Vietnamese cuisine, it is a good choice, serving traditional cuisine but less spicy, so it is interesting to start with the pho ga, pho bo, and some other dishes that are a little more elaborate than those served in the Pho 24 chain. We went there a couple of times, and that situation was ideal. The service was excellent.