This is Saigon phở, served with heaps of greens and herbs, fresh chilies and limes or kumquats. The broth is more fragrant in the south I think, and in the north there are fewer fresh herbs served. Both are spectacularly good. The beef in this one looked like brisket. In Hanoi I enjoyed a bowl that had both brisket and rare beef, thinly sliced and barely cooked.