Most think of pho as a great meal-in-one asian alternative to supper. While Westerners slurp down entire bowls of slippery noodles solo, Asians often share a single bowl among three or four hungry midday noshers. Such is the scene at Que Ling (248 Boulton, at Gerrard East, 416-778-4038), a Vietnamese pho parlour set in a dilapidated bungalow just south of the Chinatown East strip.Tips must be bad because service can be grumpy in this cramped space packed with soup fiends splitting pho ($4 small/$5 large) at 2 in the afternoon. Spring rolls are perfunctory ($2), but the main attraction is an anise-scented broth rich with linguine-like rice noodles and heaped with fresh mint, purple Thai basil and whole green chilies. Sheet plastic on the table and grungy linoleum under foot: as authentic as it gets.