In the past when I went to the H-Mart food court I usually headed straight to the far-left stall for Korean soups. I had tried the other stalls that are Japanese, Chinese, and Thai, but they are Korean-style versions of those cuisines, which I mostly don't care for (the ramen at the Japanese place is especially bad). So I was pleasantly surprised when I started eating at the Vietnamese stall (Pho Sure). The Dry Style Saigon Noodles (yellow noodle version) stands out especially. Soft kinky yellow noodles (think Hong Kong style wonton noodles) are topped with shrimp, thinly sliced BBQ pork, Chinese greens, fresh cilantro, bits of fried onion, and a boiled quail egg. At the bottom is a layer of light soy-sauce-and-scallion-based sauce. You get a hot bowl of broth on the side for sipping. I usually get it with an order of piping hot spring rolls fresh out of the fryer that comes with a side of pickled daikon and carrots. Good stuff.