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Pho Thinh (Reviewed 10/08)
Inside, Pho Thinh feels like a small town café. We started with the spring rolls with Hoisin dipping sauce ($3) to start, followed by Bun Bo Huc (spicy beef soup with beef tenderloin and tendons, $7.95) while my dining companion opted for Bun Thit Nurong (rice noodles with BBQ pork and a pork egg roll, also $7.95). Two vessels nearly the size of my head arrived in short order. The tongue-tingling broth in my bowl was delicious, with just enough heat to warm my mouth as the soup warmed the rest of me. My companion’s meal was equally flavorful, though he felt the pork was a little dry. Notably, the food came accompanied by many assurances that, if any part were not to our liking, it would be put right. “Just let me know and I’ll take care of it,” our host said. Pho Thinh, 12012 E. Sprague; 509.928-9112; Mon.-Fri., 10:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 11 a.m.-8 p.m. $



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