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Wednesday, 26 February 2020

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MrZ

No pho place I've tried in Seattle is as fast as Pho Hoa Huong!

Also I was just saying the other night that I missed the Nijiya/Marukai/Mitsuwa trifecta. Uwajimaya in Seattle is as approximately good as one of them but not as good as all three of them. At least we got H Mart, although it's a bit out of the way for us.

kat

speedy breakfast!

Kirk

It's quite amazing how fast they consistently are Mr Z! And having the "trifecta" within about a mile from each other is great....though I wish they opened a bit earlier. Hope all is well; it's great hearing from you.

Very fast Kat......

Junichi

I remember one time I placed my order, went to the bathroom to wash my hands and when I got back my bowl was already waiting for me!

Kirk

They are scary fast Junichi! It's become a bit of a sport to set my stopwatch after I order.

Sandy

The Night and Day section of today's Union Tribume had a review of Barrio Donas, mostly focused on the doughnuts.

Kirk

Interesting Sandy - Thanks for the heads-up.

Foodhoe

Both breakfasts look good, now I’m craving pho... in a world gone crazy, I am comforted by your blog.

Kirk

Hey FH! It's so nice to hear from you. Hope you and your loved ones are secure amid all the craziness. Hope you manage to get a nice comforting bowl of pho!

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