I went to Than Brothers after reading a review in the Seattle Times. I was not disappointed. Their location isn't the best for grabbing customers not intending to stop. They're tucked into the side of a multi story building set back from the road. I was quickly seated and a cream puff brought right out. It was tasty. I got the small chicken pho. I was stuffed. There were plenty of herbs to put in and all the usual garnishes on the table. It was good pho. I got a #9 to go and it's much better than the chicken. Three kinds of paper thin sliced beef make for a flavorful bowl of soup. It's definitely what I'll get the next time i go.