Phoenix Restaurant

★★★★★

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Like the other reviewer, I think this is the best pho to be had anywhere. Friends from the Bay Area ?? no strangers to abundant and delicious pho ?? and I trek up there for a pilgrimage lunch when they visit. The broth is fragrant ad velvety, with a little tanginess, just sublime. I often order the hot and sour shrimp soup, just as good as the pho. Seriously worth the trip to a hard-to-find suburban strip mall.

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Like the other reviewer, I think this is the best pho to be had anywhere. Friends from the Bay Area ?? no strangers to abundant and delicious pho ?? and I trek up there for a pilgrimage lunch when they visit. The broth is fragrant ad velvety, with a little tanginess, just sublime. I often order the hot and sour shrimp soup, just as good as the pho. Seriously worth the trip to a hard-to-find suburban strip mall.

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This is one of the best Vietnamese/Thai restaurants I?ve ever tried, and a favorite of mine for the past six years. The salad rolls (fresh and accompanied by a flavorful peanut sauce) are a great appetizer, and the pho is, to my taste, the best rendition of this dish in Seattle, due in large part to the rich, flavorful beef stock. The hot-and-sour soup ? with fresh mushrooms, tomatoes, baby corn, and chicken or prawns ? is also excellent. Both Thai and Vietnamese-style fried rice are offered, but I prefer the Vietnamese, with its morsels of lap cheong sausage. Portions are generous, the restaurant is clean and well-lit, and service is friendly and efficient. Phoenix is not a romantic hideaway, but who needs romance when the food is fantastic?

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This is one of the best Vietnamese/Thai restaurants I?ve ever tried, and a favorite of mine for the past six years. The salad rolls (fresh and accompanied by a flavorful peanut sauce) are a great appetizer, and the pho is, to my taste, the best rendition of this dish in Seattle, due in large part to the rich, flavorful beef stock. The hot-and-sour soup ? with fresh mushrooms, tomatoes, baby corn, and chicken or prawns ? is also excellent. Both Thai and Vietnamese-style fried rice are offered, but I prefer the Vietnamese, with its morsels of lap cheong sausage. Portions are generous, the restaurant is clean and well-lit, and service is friendly and efficient. Phoenix is not a romantic hideaway, but who needs romance when the food is fantastic?

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