C'om is now Simha. The menu has been expanded to include not only Vietnamese but other cuisines, including Indian and Thai. Unfortunately, the service and food have suffered as a result. Out of our lunch party of 5, 3 orders were incorrect. Service was earnest but completely missed the mark. The menu items we've ordered many times in the past seemed lacking in execution and quality of ingredients. The restaurant seems to be focused on their lunch buffet instead.
While the owners may be gaining new clientele, I don't think any of us (all long-time customers) will be returning.
Food is consistently excellent. Just added Indian cuisine in addition to Vietnamese. We had both and had no complaints. Highly recommend the short ribs, either as appetizer or meal.
They were closed
This used to be our favorite restaurant in Dunwoody. Unfortunately, ownership changed hands six months ago and it's gone straight down hill. They've changed décor, the service was under par and they seem to be cutting corners on food prep as well (frozen vs. fresh). I can no longer recommend this restaurant for friends or colleagues.
We've been here many times but today was a disaster. They were understaffed in the dining room and in the kitchen. Though there were many tables set, we were directed to one with cleaning cloths and dirty napkins. The waitress who finally stopped by was upset that we were there. All around us were tables that should have been cleared and cleaned. The "manager" wandered around but did nothing. People behind us had waited an hour and still got the wrong food. We ordered pho which normally arrives quickly and steaming hot. When it finally showed up it was just warm. It normally comes with a plate of sprouts, cilantro, lime and basil. We got two small sprigs of basil, sprouts and no cilantro or lime. The spring rolls were as good as always. The Coke dispenser was either defective or out of syrup because my beverage was barely carbonated and the color of iced tea. By the time we left, at least a dozen tables remained to be bussed and cleaned. I hope they can recover.
This has been a favorite for at least 5 years. We definitely noticed the change in ownership. The food was salty and not prepared the way it has been in the past. The service was impeccable. Disappointing though to see what the food quality has not been the same as in recent trips.
Not a very good experience this time. They had a bad day. Were out of ingredients due to some supply chain issue. I sent an email to the restaurant and they apologized. Usually, it’s an outstanding restaurant.
This is one of Dunwoody’s best restaurants. Great Vietnamese menu in an atmosphere that is a big step up from Buford Highway. Impressive wine list. Very attentive service. We go quite a bit and always enjoy it. Get the flat rice vermicelli - you won’t be disappointed.
Used to be one of our favorite restaurants, but it has recently changed management, and the drop off is noticeable. The service was terrible (food coming out cold, dinners arriving before appetizers, running out of staple dishes even though we were there early, etc.). And the food itself was mediocre at best, even though we ordered dishes that previously had been our favorites (noodles were starchy and flavorless). To top it off, the bill was full of mistakes. Sorry to see this drop-off, won’t be back again.