Seattle, WA 98144
- Daily 9am-8pm
- cash, check
- Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch
- Not Accepted
Seattle Weekly's Description
The lively atmosphere and great food easily make up for Huong Binh's undistinguished interior (the most notable feature is an "I Love You" poster). Here, there's a primal, playing-with-your-food joy to mixing up each bite of vermicelli with herbs and sweet sauces. Huong Binh's Central Vietnamese focus means that you should look to its rice plates, spicy beef-noodle soup, and the banh uot, slippery rice crepes served with skewered meats (try the pork meatballs and the caramelized barbecued pork). On weekends, Vietnamese diners make pilgrimages to Huong Binh for bun mang vit, a gingery noodle soup with roast-duck salad on the side. If that's not enough, the management sells candies and homemade preserves outside on the sidewalk.
Tips from foursquare
This storefront treasure isn’t fancy, but it is revered among Vietnamese for serving unheralded specialties from around the old royal capital of Huê, the epicenter of Vietnamese cuisine.
This storefront treasure isn’t fancy, but it serves unheralded specialties from around the old royal capital of Huê, the epicenter of Vietnamese cuisine
Voted Best Vietnamese in Best of Seattle 2010! These delicate dishes pack lots of flavor and will have you feeling like you are dining with the likes of Vietnamese royalty.
Get the banh hoi thap cam. One of my fave Viet dishes in the city.
#7 is my staple here. On the weekend #51 or 52. Everything here is deliciousness. The proprietor is one of the nicest and hardest working people. Her success and excellence is well deserved.
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