45761 review-winner-kind-kirkland-pho-house winner-kind-kirkland-pho-house http://www.kirklandpho.feedback/review-winner-kind-kirkland-pho-house 8 8 8 2 0 2 We have a winner here. Well, kind of. Kirkland Pho House is an excellent Vietnamese restaurant located on NE 85th Street near I-405 and Costco. As if the location weren't already good enough, they have some of the best food in town too! I generally dislike throwing around superlatives, but this restaurant has earned the distinction. And most importantly, I now know where to get a really good lunch for a low price near me when I don't feel like making my own food! First of all, this restaurant is very dark. Like, so dark that the majority of the lighting comes from the sun shining through the front windows. I'm not sure whether that was intentional, but I don't see why they wanted to keep the place so dark. I ordered their #11: Bun Dac Biet, their cool house special vermicelli dish because it's still hot in mid-September in the Pacific Northwest for some reason. The restaurant was actually pretty busy on a Tuesday morning with most of the tables occupied. During my short wait, I watched their two HDTVs playing sports and used their bathroom which was nice and clean. The whole restaurant had an interesting feel to it. The owners must be pretty big Halo fans, as I saw posters for the games all over the restaurant walls. Anyway, the wait was only nine minutes and the bowl was absolutely enormous. It featured egg rolls, three shrimp on a skewer, and grilled pork. Beneath all that were noodles, carrots, peanuts, and a bunch of garnish. Unfortunately, there was no mint flavor which I really like with dishes like these. However, the dish was superb and filled me up for $9.95 ($10.90 after tax). I would have no complaints if more restaurants were like this. <p>We have a winner here. Well, kind of. Kirkland Pho House is an excellent Vietnamese restaurant located on NE 85th Street near I-405 and Costco. As if the location weren&rsquo;t already good enough, they have some of the best food in town too! I generally dislike throwing around superlatives, but this restaurant has earned the distinction. And most importantly, I now know where to get a really good lunch for a low price near me when I don&rsquo;t feel like making my own food! First of all, this restaurant is very dark. Like, so dark that the majority of the lighting comes from the sun shining through the front windows. I&rsquo;m not sure whether that was intentional, but I don&rsquo;t see why they wanted to keep the place so dark. I ordered their #11: Bun Dac Biet, their cool house special vermicelli dish because it&rsquo;s still hot in mid-September in the Pacific Northwest for some reason. The restaurant was actually pretty busy on a Tuesday morning with most of the tables occupied. During my short wait, I watched their two HDTVs playing sports and used their bathroom which was nice and clean. The whole restaurant had an interesting feel to it. The owners must be pretty big Halo fans, as I saw posters for the games all over the restaurant walls. Anyway, the wait was only nine minutes and the bowl was absolutely enormous. It featured egg rolls, three shrimp on a skewer, and grilled pork. Beneath all that were noodles, carrots, peanuts, and a bunch of garnish. Unfortunately, there was no mint flavor which I really like with dishes like these. However, the dish was superb and filled me up for $9.95 ($10.90 after tax). I would have no complaints if more restaurants were like this.</p> 2016-08-11T22:13+0000 [{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/99be82ef-d6b8-46c1-8057-51998332da47","uri":"/review-winner-kind-kirkland-pho-house/attachments/79111","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"79111"},{"url":"https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/dotfeedback-images/c975039d-b8be-41f4-b279-bc1f4999bbba","uri":"/review-winner-kind-kirkland-pho-house/attachments/79112","mediaType":"image/jpeg","id":"79112"}]

We have a winner here. Well, kind of. Kirkland Pho House is an excellent Vietnamese restaurant located on NE 85th Street near I-405 and Costco. As if the location weren’t already good enough, they have some of the best food in town too! I generally dislike throwing around superlatives, but this restaurant has earned the distinction. And most importantly, I now know where to get a really good lunch for a low price near me when I don’t feel like making my own food! First of all, this restaurant is very dark. Like, so dark that the majority of the lighting comes from the sun shining through the front windows. I’m not sure whether that was intentional, but I don’t see why they wanted to keep the place so dark. I ordered their #11: Bun Dac Biet, their cool house special vermicelli dish because it’s still hot in mid-September in the Pacific Northwest for some reason. The restaurant was actually pretty busy on a Tuesday morning with most of the tables occupied. During my short wait, I watched their two HDTVs playing sports and used their bathroom which was nice and clean. The whole restaurant had an interesting feel to it. The owners must be pretty big Halo fans, as I saw posters for the games all over the restaurant walls. Anyway, the wait was only nine minutes and the bowl was absolutely enormous. It featured egg rolls, three shrimp on a skewer, and grilled pork. Beneath all that were noodles, carrots, peanuts, and a bunch of garnish. Unfortunately, there was no mint flavor which I really like with dishes like these. However, the dish was superb and filled me up for $9.95 ($10.90 after tax). I would have no complaints if more restaurants were like this.