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Living in SW CT, there aren't too many choices for Pho; basically you have this place or Pho Saigon in Bridgeport. I choose this place over Pho Saigon despite their slightly better Pho, just because Pho Mekong is a nicer restaurant in a nicer neighborhood, with real tables and booths instead of lawn furniture; and the waitstaff is friendly and attentive.
Pho Mekong bills itself as Thai and Vietnamese; and there aren't too many Vietnamese choices on the menu besides Pho; you have Ban Xeo (which is ok, not great) and your classic cold summer rolls which are pretty good, but no Banh mi or much else really Vietnamese.
Still, when I'm craving Pho, I usually choose Mekong over Saigon because of a better overall experience.
By the way - there is no "large" size on the menu, but if you're totally insane, you CAN order it large, and you can even order extra noodles as well.
Beware; the large size comes out in a small punchbowl. I'm 6'2" and 240lb, and I can finish it, but you slosh around for the rest of the day. :)