16399 review-seattle-deli-vietnamese-food-heaven seattle-deli-vietnamese-food-heaven http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-seattle-deli-vietnamese-food-heaven 17055 8 8 8 3 0 3 Seattle Deli is Vietnamese food heaven! As soon as you walk in, you are surrounded by displays of baked goods, desserts, noodle dishes, sticky rices, snacks, and hot foods. I crave homestyle Vietnamese food, and so I get very excited every time I come here. My favorite foods to order are the banh mi sandwiches, banh ba ti so (savory meat pies), egg rolls, banh bao (steamed buns), banh cuon (rice roll cake), nem chua (sweet and sour fermented pork). They also have a huge selection of che, which are Vietnamese soup-like desserts that range from coconut jellies to sweet mung beans. Prices are cheap for the variety of ready-to-eat foods and tasty selections. Banh mi sandwiches range from $2.50-$3.00. They even sell plain fresh baguettes for 50 cents a piece. It is unfortunate that there were recent health code violations at Seattle Deli that cannot be overlooked. I have to confess that the last time I recently stocked up on pre-made goodies here, I ended up with a tummy ache for a few days after eating the food. The service is friendly. They are very busy and sometimes it can get crowded, so make sure you decide what you want and flag down the worker to put your order in quickly. There is a small lot and ample street parking, and we have always been able to find a spot just fine. Overall I still enjoy the variety of ready-to-go Vietnamese food and drinks at Seattle Deli. I would come more often if they were able to find a better solution to ensuring overall freshness and cleanliness of the deli items, for the sake of our health. Cash only, so don't forget to bring your stash of dollar bills. <p>Seattle Deli is Vietnamese food heaven! As soon as you walk in, you are surrounded by displays of baked goods, desserts, noodle dishes, sticky rices, snacks, and hot foods. I crave homestyle Vietnamese food, and so I get very excited every time I come here. My favorite foods to order are the banh mi sandwiches, banh ba ti so (savory meat pies), egg rolls, banh bao (steamed buns), banh cuon (rice roll cake), nem chua (sweet and sour fermented pork). They also have a huge selection of che, which are Vietnamese soup-like desserts that range from coconut jellies to sweet mung beans. Prices are cheap for the variety of ready-to-eat foods and tasty selections. Banh mi sandwiches range from $2.50-$3.00. They even sell plain fresh baguettes for 50 cents a piece. It is unfortunate that there were recent health code violations at Seattle Deli that cannot be overlooked. I have to confess that the last time I recently stocked up on pre-made goodies here, I ended up with a tummy ache for a few days after eating the food. The service is friendly. They are very busy and sometimes it can get crowded, so make sure you decide what you want and flag down the worker to put your order in quickly. There is a small lot and ample street parking, and we have always been able to find a spot just fine. Overall I still enjoy the variety of ready-to-go Vietnamese food and drinks at Seattle Deli. I would come more often if they were able to find a better solution to ensuring overall freshness and cleanliness of the deli items, for the sake of our health. Cash only, so don&rsquo;t forget to bring your stash of dollar bills.</p> 2016-07-09T23:57+0000

Seattle Deli is Vietnamese food heaven! As soon as you walk in, you are surrounded by displays of baked goods, desserts, noodle dishes, sticky rices, snacks, and hot foods. I crave homestyle Vietnamese food, and so I get very excited every time I come here. My favorite foods to order are the banh mi sandwiches, banh ba ti so (savory meat pies), egg rolls, banh bao (steamed buns), banh cuon (rice roll cake), nem chua (sweet and sour fermented pork). They also have a huge selection of che, which are Vietnamese soup-like desserts that range from coconut jellies to sweet mung beans. Prices are cheap for the variety of ready-to-eat foods and tasty selections. Banh mi sandwiches range from $2.50-$3.00. They even sell plain fresh baguettes for 50 cents a piece. It is unfortunate that there were recent health code violations at Seattle Deli that cannot be overlooked. I have to confess that the last time I recently stocked up on pre-made goodies here, I ended up with a tummy ache for a few days after eating the food. The service is friendly. They are very busy and sometimes it can get crowded, so make sure you decide what you want and flag down the worker to put your order in quickly. There is a small lot and ample street parking, and we have always been able to find a spot just fine. Overall I still enjoy the variety of ready-to-go Vietnamese food and drinks at Seattle Deli. I would come more often if they were able to find a better solution to ensuring overall freshness and cleanliness of the deli items, for the sake of our health. Cash only, so don’t forget to bring your stash of dollar bills.