The rickshaw (aka cyclo) is a signature in each Pho Cyclo dining room. Photos via Pho Cyclo.

Lunchtime in the Amazon just gets better and better. Today local Vietnamese chainlet Pho Cyclo sent word it has a new location in the works. Owner Taylor Hoang will open a fifth outpost at 900 Dexter Avenue N. Technically it's on the fringes of South Lake Union and Queen Anne—a space that will likely do double duty between office lunchers and neighborhood dinner-seekers.

The lineup of pho, noodle dishes, and other Vietnamese plates will be similar to the one at Pho Cyclo on Broadway (other outposts are in SoDo, Bellevue, and downtown Seattle). You can dine in or take out, but here’s something cool: The Dexter location will do free deliveries during lunchtime (Monday through Friday, from 10 to 2) for orders of at least $20.

The opening date is tentatively set for November 20, and hours will be seven days a week from 10 to 10. Oh, and Hoang will be relaunching her highly useful International District tours when better weather returns this spring.

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