15 Vibrant Vietnamese Restaurants in Seattle – Eater

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Crowds come to this homey little restaurant for its extensive menu featuring some usual and unusual favorites: spring rolls, pork or tofu satay, steamed rice cakes (banh beo chen), rare beef and vinegar salad, noodle soups, and stir-fry dishes. This is the place to try the hard-to-find bun mam, a noodle soup that’s funky from fermented fish and also contains shrimp, squid, and pork belly. Often called “Vietnamese gumbo,” the smell might be a bit pungent, but the broth flavor is at once savory, sweet, and just a little sour.

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