I'm not quite sure why they call this a "grill"; you can't get a cheeseburger or a steak here. Its a small place with a bar and a few tables. Upfront I'll admit that I'm not a fan of Vietnamese cuisine. I've worked hard so that I don't have to eat weeds. To me this stuff is like grabbing a bunch of random stuff from a garden and throwing it in an pan or some soup. But I digress.
I can't personally comment on the authenticity of the dishes here, but I have it from a source that its not very authentic. She complained about shredded lettuce and stuff like that. The meat doesn't seem grilled; I wonder if they even have a grill?
I got the Banh Xeo, what they call a crepe filled with pork, shrimp and bean sprouts. Its really an omelet; the crepe batter is mostly eggs. It's a Vietnamese version of egg-foo-young without the tasty sauce.
Its pretty bland to be honest. Also they have several types of Pho; I opted for the chicken only because pictures I've seen of the beef didn't look too appetizing. Pho is a clear broth made with anise, coriander, ginger and cinnamon; they put a bunch of stuff in a bowl and spoon in the broth. The chicken Pho included bean sprouts, several types of weeds, slices of chicken and rice noodles.
They were a bit short on scallions from the photos I've seen of pho. I guess it was ok but I prefer chicken broth myself.
They give you these rice discs that just look like styrofoam and probably taste similarly. I've never tasted styrofoam so I can't be certain.
I'm just rambling at this point but I didn't enjoy it very much. If you like vietnamese food you can try it yourself. Maybe its good. Just not to me.