Like a lot of the world’s population, we are very, very, very into Vietnamese food. (To be perfectly honest, we’re very, very, very into all cuisines.) So it’s sometimes disheartening to remember how few Vietnamese spots there are in New York City.
Never fear though, kids. An Nhau is here.
An Nhau is a Vietnamese restaurant in Williamsburg that prides itself on serving up modern and traditional Southern Vietnamese food.
It’s a restaurant and bar and the menu is extensive. And when we say extensive, we really mean it this time. Our go-to dishes are classic Vietnamese meals: Classic Pho (beef broth, steak, onions, cilantro/coriander, bean sprouts and jalapenos) and the Banh Mi (toasted baguette sambos with pickled carrot, pickled cucumber, daikon and cilantro) probably with grilled pork.
For dessert, who can pass up banana and sticky rice, served with coconut tapioca? That is a mushy delight.
An Nhau is at 172 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn.