Inside here, I used to always buy the butter cream bread that comes from the Seattle Bakery. Mmm is it good! They also carry produces on one side, and breads and pastries on the other side. Then they have a freezer section containing things such as frozen shrimp, and in the middle, candies and sauces such as hoison sauce. This place is also quite cheap, so if you are low on cash, come here! You might actually like the place.
Now, here, the food is just as good as any other vietnamese place. But, for their chicken, they actually use real chicken thats been cut off. Mmm is it so good! It tastes different from their competitor at Seattle Deli, so its all a matter of preference. You can buy pastries there, soda, and other foods that you want to try. Americans also love this place too, so maybe you shuold give it a try! I think its about $1.50 per sandwich. The service is quite nice too (even better if you speak Vietnamese).
I used to come here and experience my favorite food, rice with barbecue pork, bi, and eggcake (com tam bi suong cha, may vary in name). Here, you can buy yourself a couple beers and eat like crazy. Inside its not usually very crowded, and its usually quite quiet (than other places). Although I haven't tasted any other food, you might want to try this place after shopping near the Vietnamese super markets. I believe its about $5 to try the dish that I like so much.
Inside here, you will be hit by a barrage of foods. On the left, you will find fish on ice, and on the right, you will see produce. Up ahead, a VERY nice selection of snacks, with my favorite, the onion rings in a bag (asian ones in a green bag). They do have a big produce aisle to choose from, and its not usually really crowded unless there's a special occasion going on. If you need anything for asian recipes, come here for it is one of the best place to buy your stuff. Just make sure you don't park in their parking lot and go across the street to their competitor though. They are also near other restaurants, and of course, banh mi places.
CONS: Parking Lot is near competitor.
A lot of Americans come here to try the dim sum that they have. They have so many people ready to serve you food that you choose off the cart. From things like Chow Mein, to barbecue pork pastries. Xiu Mai and Shrimp balls are also served here too. Now, if you eat a lot, you might just break the $100 barrier, but its pretty darn cheap per dish, until you eat a lot of it. Thankfully, I don't and I'm usually spending with my family about $40-$70. There are also TV's near so you can watch sports and other TV shows. Great place for tourists!
Inside, you will automatically run into a freezer full of different stuff, mainly seafood. In the back corner is where they sell their produce, which there are a variety of stuff. Near the front next to the cashiers are snacks and candies, with a small place to buy things such as watermelon drinks if you are thirsty. But their main thing that they house, is of course.... Seafood. In the back you can buy so many different kinds of fish on ice, its amazing what you can buy there! Just like any other asian market, you won't be breaking the bank here (unles you deliberately want to).
Although vietnamese, they actually do dim sum. i used to eat here all the time, with dim sum, and mongolian beef and such. The place is very spacious, and can be used to hold weddings (amazing what a big amount of space can do). Oh man this place is amazing. Even their xiu mai and other foods are great!. Although quite a distance away from where I live, if you want a clean place that serves Vietnamese cuisine, go there.
Well, um... I believe they closed down now since when I last went there, it was non existant..? Someone correct me if I'm wrong. Inside it has the smell as many other asian super markets carry, and its in the middle of the building. I also do believe it is called Phoc Loc Tho (but I might be wrong). They carry A LOT of seafood, and the nice asian candies which are good for children. Another way to save some $$$ if you really need to. Now, there is a bakery near which you can try vietnamese food and boba tea (bubble tea for others), and mmm is it good. Go here first, then take a break and go try the bakery!
Right when you walk in, you take a seat, and boom, just select off the list of what you want. You don't need a menu, for its just right in front of you. It's right across from Pho Bac, so you'll have to decide which you prefer is better. Pho So 1 is literally something like #1 Pho or Pho #1. The food is very good, and about the same price as other places. Another great place to experience Pho. Just remember, if you don't like brisket or something, make sure you tell them... But you do have to buy something if you want to use their restroom (if I recall correctly).
Ok, I've gone here ever since I was pretty darn young. I usually order Pho Dac Biet (the whole combo), and then I usually eat it with a LOT of hoison sauce (purple sauce), and now with hot sauce. Mmm is this stuff good! It won't run you for your money, and for pho people, a great place to go for some! Although, I think they use a bit too much MSG or something for the broth tastes different from other places. But still, very good.