Was visiting Seattle and checking out Pike's market when I stumbled on this restaurant when looking for something for lunch. I had the rice noodle salad that comes with crispy vietnamese spring rolls. It was delicious. Had an ice tea too and total was $8.75 -- pretty good for the amount of food and the ambiance. I sat in the bar area which was cozy and at the time it was not too crowded. There was some type of walking tour that stopped by and the waiter gave them a history of the restaurant, owner and food served. I ease dropped for a very interesting story to go with my lunch :)
AWSOME RESTAURANT, I CAME TO SEATTLE FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES AND NEEDED A WARM SOUP FOR THE COLD WEATHER AND THIS PLACE HIT ALL THE RIGHT SPOTS AND PRICES ARE MORE THAN REASONABLE AND WOULD RECOMEND THIS RESTAURANT TO ANYONE THAT WOULD LIKE A TASTE OF REAL VIETNAMESE FOOD. I APPRECIATE THE CUSTOMER SERVICE AND THE PLACE BEING SO CLEAN. LOVED THIS PLACE!!!! WILL COME BACK WHEN IN TOWN.... =)
As strange as it may be I can't speak for the Pho at this place. According to Yelp it's not that good. But as far as Vietnamese sandwiches go its awesome. They are $3.00, quick and good when you only have a few minutes to grab food. During the school year I go here at least once a week.
Great food at a great price. Appetizers are half price at happy hour and don't forget the Vietnamese do nut that works so well with the chicken wings. The staff is great with the a clean modern environment I will keep coming back.
all the other reviews are correct... I lived in seattle 2005- 2007 and ate here a lot. The tofu bahn mi is my all time fav. Even in SF I could not find a Vietnamese deli as good!
Greata Pho for a good price... conveniently located on broadway. I recommend the bun... it has become a staple food whenever I need a good hot soup.
Its a small dining area but the food is awesome and the service is great. I got take out and was in and out.