Seattle >Pho Than Brothers
Good Pho, Not so great atmosphere. This particular location's pho broth is delicious and the price is below reasonable! The part that I do not enjoy about this location is enjoying my delicious pho in a not so great atmosphere. They quickly wipe their tables clean which leave stains - tablecloths that have not been washed for who knows how long, their silverware is always dirty and needs a second rinse and I even saw a beetle-like bug crawling on one of the tables which really changed my opinion on eating here. I normally order to go so I can enjoy the good food in the comfort of my own home. If they can clean the place up a bit and add a touch of friendly service, I would give this restaurant five stars. If you're looking for a good bowl of pho, this is the place for it, but if you prefer a clean place to eat your good bowl of pho, take it to go.
Pho and cream puffs reign supreme at this affordable West Seattle Vietnamese chain..
Red lanterns decorate the sparse interior of this casual, booth-lined pho emporium, where students and businessmen mingle to devour steaming bowls of the fragrant noodle soup. The menu is straightforward: 17 different types of pho, including meatball, eye-round steak, brisket, tripe and veggie, in four sizes. Each order arrives almost immediately, accompanied by fresh herbs and one of the restaurant's signature cream puffs, made in-house from a secret family recipe.
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