Pronounced “sin sin,” this restaurant is just a nondescript storefront, but the food makes it a standout all the same. The menu is voluminous, and the cheery staff can help you narrow down your options. If you’ve been curious about a particular obscure dish or just want an introduction to the cuisine, you’ll find something that suits. This is a great place to try pho, the classic Vietnamese noodle soup, and bun, another classic that combines rice vermicelli, meat or tofu, and cool garnishes into a saladlike taste sensation. You can’t go wrong with lemongrass chicken, available in multiple dishes, and you should always check out the specials board—when the every-day food is this good, “special” really means something.