Kim Anh of Brooklyn Park has new digs. Granted, they are about 200 ft. away from the old digs, but they've expanded their menu and the ambiance is quite a bit nicer.
We ordered the fried squid, fried dumplings, fried rice and the spicy beef pho.
The squid was very conventional calamari. Found it a bit tough, and the aioli a bit sweet. The dumplings had corn in them, which seems like a strange choice, though they were prepared fine and the dipping sauce was good.
The fried rice was conventional Chinese takeout. My wife was disappointed. Not sure what she was expecting there.
The spicy beef pho was quite good. It was, indeed, spicy, but had the right amount of rendered fat.
The menu seems like it's trying to be all things to all people. If I want papaya salad, I'll go across the street to Lemongrass. Still, assuming the bahn mi carries over from the previous location, this is a solid place for those who live up north and don't want to trek into the cities for the old standbys.