I have driven by the Curbside food truck many many times on my way home. They advertise Pho and Banh Mi sandwiches I would see a few people lingering in front of the truck, but never knew anyone that had visited the truck. I am not an anti food truck person. However, I have been a little slow in adopting and enjoying Pho. So it just one of these places I had not not jumped up to visit.
So this week I had a cold, and just wanted some hot soup. As I was scrolling through FB in between sneezes, there was a post of the Top 10 Pho places in Seattle. As I reviewed the list, I see Curbside Food Truck. Hey this is the place down the street. I did a little more research, and social media comments could not say enough good things about this food truck. Forget the cold medicine, I am going to get Pho.
I showed up around 12:30, there were 3 people in line and probably about 5 or 6 people waiting. This is a good sign. They have quite a selection of Pho, Banh Mi sandwiches, rice and meat combos and noodles. In addition, to their array of selections their prices are really good. Pho is $7 sandwiches are $4. I got the brisket Pho and my husband got the vegetarian spring rolls ($4). It probably took about 10 minutes to get our order.
By the time I got home the soup broth was piping hot, and all the ingredients packaged separately. The soup had a great flavor, the meat was tender, and just what stuffed up nose needed. The spring rolls were much bigger than we had expected. They were made with fresh veggies and tofu. I cannot say much for the sauce the rolls came with. I think they would have been better with a chili sauce or peanut sauce. Something to ask for next time.
So if you are in the area it definitely a place to check out. I know I will be going back!