Muse harkens back to the days of Indochine with its French-Vietnamese fusion cuisine. The dark leather booths, cream-colored walls and wood paneling are reminiscent of a Parisian brasserie, as are the red chandeliers, sconces and retro photographs lining the walls. Appetizers include Vietnamese basics such as spicy, shredded papaya salad and fried spring rolls that are wrapped in lettuce. There is a dizzying selection of Pho to choose from (the most popular being the extra large beef bowl) so if you can’t decide order the Three Gorgeous Combination. You will be presented with rice vermicelli, mint leaves, and skewered pork and chicken. Either as a side dish or a dessert, the fried plantains served with stick and sweet condensed milk are divine. Top it off with the extra strong Vietnamese coffee that filters directly into your cup and stir well to mix in the condensed milk.