You’re hungry and trying to figure out what to eat. In our books, there’s one thing that always sounds good and hits the spot. We’re talking about pho and luckily for all of us, Seattle has a ton of amazing spots. So here are 10 of the best spots to get a bowl of pho in Seattle.

Dong Thap Noodles

Dong Thap takes going big to the next level. This spot is known for its massive 13-pound bowl of pho that claims to be the world’s largest. While that’s fun and all, this spot also serves quality pho with delicious flavours that will have you coming back time and time again.

Where: 303 12th Ave S Suite A
Hours: Wednesday-Monday 10 am-8 pm

Pho Bac Súp Shop

 

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It’s hip, it’s delicious and you can really never go wrong with it. Pho Bac has been a family business since 1982 and has been satisfying Seattleites’ food cravings ever since. Grab classic bowls of pho or opt for something more unique like the beef rib pho.

Where: 1240 S Jackson St
Hours: Daily 10 am-9 pm

Ba Bar

 

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With several locations, Ba Bar is a local favorite. This Vietnamese restaurant serves up a delicious assortment of pho and other dishes that hit the spot every time. If you’ve never been before be sure to try the duck leg confit pho.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Varies by location

Pho Viet Anh

This lower Queen Anne spot calls itself the “home of the 24-hour slow cook beef broth.” It’s a neighborhood gem and has a menu chock full of delicious pho offerings. Plus their interior is cozy and you’ll feel right at home here on a chilly day.

Where: 2621 5th Ave
Hours: Daily 10 am-8 pm

Phở Ba

 

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This is one of those posts where if you know, you know. It has an unpretentious atmosphere and is tucked away in the ID. If you’re looking for simple but good pho and are in the area you might as well stop in.

Where: 415 7th Ave S
Hours: Daily 10:30 am-9 pm

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Local Pho

 

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This spot is known for its tasty beefy broth but they also offer veggie and vegan options for those of you that are plant based. So if you’re looking to enjoy a bowl of pho with friends who have dietary preferences and needs, this could be your go to. Plus it’s super affordable.

Where: 2230 3rd Ave
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 am-9 pm

Vinason Pho Kitchen

 

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This local Vietnamese chain focuses on using fresh, local, and sustainable ingredients to create delicious bowls of pho. Their broth is a 24 hour cooked bone broth giving the pho a nice rich flavour. And if you’re really hungry you can also snag vermicelli bowls, banh mi and more.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Varies by location

Green Leaf Vietnamese

 

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Green Leaf is a Chinatown staple that has a wide menu full of Vietnamese eats. The big draw for the purpose of this list is of course the pho. Be sure to give it a go but make sure to look at the hours before going as they’re pretty limited these days.

Where: 418 8th Ave S
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 5 pm-9 pm

Pho Than Brothers

Simply put, this local chain goes in. If you want something simple and consistent you can’t beat Than Brothers. Plus everyone loves the little pastries that come with your pho. Give it a go even if you’ve had it a million times before.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Daily 10 am/11 am-9 pm depending on location

Meekong Bar

This spot is pretty unique in that you can find both pho and burgers. Keep it simple or try something a little more unique like the beef satay pho or mala pho. Give it a go if you’re in the area!

Where: 2525 4th Ave
Hours: Daily 11 am-10 pm

We almost have a food coma just from thinking about all the delicious bowls of pho to be enjoyed across the city. So get out there and treat yourself. Let us know what your favorite ends up being.