Chopsticks is a little Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese and Sushi restaurant located in a shopping center in West Chester near the Voice of America Center in between Starbucks and Graeters. Chopsticks is owned by the same folk that own Thai Taste, and it’s pretty evident as the menu is nearly identical except for the Vietnamese items on it, and the fact that some of the waiters and waitresses were wearing shirts with “Thai Taste II” written on them.
The interior is sectioned out, there’s a sushi bar as soon as you walk in, a small dining area by the window, and then a larger dining area behind a wall next to it that goes deeper into the restaurant. We were seated by the window.
Seeing as how it was the promise of Vietnamese in West Chester, we decided we’d stick to Vietnamese for the entrees, but we’d get some spring rolls and soups to start. They have several rolls to pick from, but we just decided to get the pork fried spring rolls, two count, which came with a sweet and sour dipping sauce. The pork spring rolls were really good, but kind of standard as far as I could tell. Same with the sauce – both delicious but yet standard (you can get the same everywhere pretty much.)