Pho Hoa

★★★★☆

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The one in Renton is more clean than the one on Rainier but they are both very good restaurants. The prices is around $6 or $7 without tax, and the service is also better at the Renton location. Overall however, good food.

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The one in Renton is more clean than the one on Rainier but they are both very good restaurants. The prices is around $6 or $7 without tax, and the service is also better at the Renton location. Overall however, good food.

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best pho in town with the cleanest noodles ive seen in a while but those bathrooms have to agree just need to be cleaned

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best pho in town with the cleanest noodles ive seen in a while but those bathrooms have to agree just need to be cleaned

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A great spot for Pho, but for the discriminating new to the I District traveler...I wouldn't call it spotless...at least as far as far as things like the ladies room go.

But for the adventurous, it's got great Pho! There's a photo menu and you can start with something as straightforward as Steak Pho (thin silced steak) in a great meat broth with rice noodles. It comes with a side of bean sprouts, a sprig of basil, and a wedge of lime. If there's two of you. plan to share it. You can also get minced fresh cilantro if you ask...for free!

Starter big bowls are just under $5. Not much on atmosphere, but everyone is served quickly and the food is fresh and good. Be prepared to ask for refills on water and skip the no-meat pho, it tastes like pho bullion!

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★★★★☆

A great spot for Pho, but for the discriminating new to the I District traveler...I wouldn't call it spotless...at least as far as far as things like the ladies room go.

But for the adventurous, it's got great Pho! There's a photo menu and you can start with something as straightforward as Steak Pho (thin silced steak) in a great meat broth with rice noodles. It comes with a side of bean sprouts, a sprig of basil, and a wedge of lime. If there's two of you. plan to share it. You can also get minced fresh cilantro if you ask...for free!

Starter big bowls are just under $5. Not much on atmosphere, but everyone is served quickly and the food is fresh and good. Be prepared to ask for refills on water and skip the no-meat pho, it tastes like pho bullion!

Pros: good parking, reasonably priced, identifiable meat

Cons: bad bathrooms

 

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