This truck on the side of the road in Queen Anne serves quality Vietnamese street food. There’s tasty pho, banh mi, vermicelli bowls, spring rolls, and Vietnamese coffee - with the added bonus that nothing costs more than $7.50. Just remember that they aren’t open on Sundays and they close at 8pm most weekdays, so check the time before heading over.
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