I met up with a friend at Co'm Grill; it was my first time there. I didn't realize that Lee's Bakery was in the same plaza! O_o I've been schooled.
My friend and I met here for lunch on a Saturday. The place was relatively empty, and the service was nice if not overbearing at times. I appreciated the iced coffee (you could tea instead, if you wanted)! My friend frequents the restaurant a lot and mentioned that the discounts and service have gotten better over time. Hmm... this is a red flag to me for a couple of reasons: one, that implies that the service has been bad at some point in the past, so the owners are trying to make up for it; and two, discounts are always a good draw to get customers in (Hello, Scoutmob!) but frequent discounts and give-aways are signs of desperation - these guys REALLY need the business. I'm fairly sure the location doesn't help matters - like I said, it's located in the same plaza as Lee's Bakery but whereas Lee's can be seen from the street, Co'm Grill is situated in a 'dark' corner.
That being said, I liked what I had there. Prices are pretty standard for Vietnamese fare, and the Co'm entree was certainly enough for two meals, maybe three. I was definitely happy choosing the pork chop over the other meat selections. The dish reminded me of Korean bibimbap, haha, minus the stone pot. I would come here again.