PB, lucky you! I love Bun Bo Hue. Still recognise most of the dishes on the menu in 1 of your photos.
My lunch yesterday. Thought it was noodle soup but it was rice soup. (I have removed most of the scallions in my bowl. There was A LOT.)
Fermented, salted tiny tiny shrimp. An employee instructed us to mix it in the soup. Btw, every meal comes with a little plate of raw garlic cloves and green chillies. I have seen how Korean eat this: dip them in the chilli sauce and then straight into the mouth. Also, some restaurants do have round chopsticks, as seen in these photos. My chopstick skills are rubbish but round ones are a tad easier to handle.
There are many restaurants inside the market, just like this one. It was full of people waiting around for someone to leave. We just vacated our table (on right).
Some photos on our way out. Meat being chopped up to go in the soup.
Kitchen is outside the restaurant. Soup broth is being prepared.
Meat and all the bits being removed from the bones.
Everything in the soup comes from this: