Visited back in September and was fantastic. Returned to find it closed with another business on the way.
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Looking for place for Vietnamese food I decided to try Thoa’s. The restaurant is very nice and welcoming. I was warmly greeted and escorted to my table. After looking at the menu, I asked my server if she had any recommendations. She recommended the curry...More
We arrived during happy hour, which got us 1/2 price appetizers and drinks. We also had main cources which were excellent. The place is very relaxed and not touristy which is hard to find so close to Pikes Market.
We were in a bit of a hurry to catch a show down the street. So we were happy to get in with out a reservation. The food was good, not outstanding. Our server was courteous and the ambiance is very nice.
This place is gorgeous and you can watch the little man making the noodles through the glass window coming from Pike Pub. We had the Ha Noi Egg Noodles Stir Fried. I still have dreams about this dish. I've never had anything like it. So...More
I have been to Thoa's twice, and have enjoyed it both times. Excellent, slightly upscale Vietnamese food, with a view of Seattle's harbour. Great for a date or a visit with friends. Good location one block from the Pike Place Market, without the market crowds...More
A clean, modern space overlooking Elliott Bay on Union, Thoa's ambience is Seattle perfect. The variety of authentic Vietnamese dishes, attentive wait staff, affordable prices, and wide selection of reasonably priced wines and cocktails make lunch or dinner at Thoa's a memorable experience, especially at...More
This cute downtown venue has long been a favorite of ours. However, our meal two days ago was very disappointing. There is no happy hour on Sunday anymore. My chicken salad had processed chicken--not tasty. My husband's pork and noodles was also not up to...More
Stopped by with friends on a cold and blustery Seattle day. Immediately treated by a very nice bartender who took our food and drink orders almost immediately. We sat ny the window and had a great harbor view. We ate appetizers only. The lettuce wraps...More
We dropped by for dinner before the symphony. I appreciated the friendly greeting and the nice view of the Seattle Great Wheel, but actual service at the table proved to be glacial. It took at least 10 minutes before we were asked for our order,...More