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An Nhau Vietnamese Restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn – Plate Of The Day
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An Nhau Vietnamese Restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn

November 1, 2009
An Nhau Vietnamese Restaurant Williamsburg Brooklyn

An Nhau Vietnamese Williamsburg Brooklyn - Pho

172 Bedford at N7th

Over the summer I wrote about the new Ban Mi 172 sandwich counter. It’s still the rage in Williamsburg but the restaurant next store is also quite popular as well. I went there a few weeks ago and enjoyed a bowl of pho which is just the right thing for chilly weather. Besides pho, An Nhau has a full selection of Vietnamese dishes (rice, noodles, salads, etc). I got the pho classic which has slices of beef in a rich beef broth. The owner says they use about 80 lbs of meat and 12 hours of slow heat to make the broth and you can definitely taste the difference! Definitely order a bowl if you go.

While I was impressed by the pho, I was also equally impressed by the super high level of service. It’s something you might expect at a nice hotel, but not a Vietnamese restaurant let alone at ground zero of hipsters in Williamsburg!

An Nhau Vietnamese Williamsburg Brooklyn - Pho

An Nhau also has a nice garden backyard with cabanas and heat lamps to extend your dining pleasure throughout the year. I’m sure this will especially be a huge hit in the spring time!

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  • Reply Tamara Hellgren November 4, 2009 at 8:17 am

    There’s another serious contender in the neighborhood for amazing Asian soup–Sui Ren (www.suirenbrooklyn.com) at Metropolitan and Roebling has staggeringly good ramen (kamo or miso), and they just added a hearty vegetarian version to the lineup. The rest of their menu is small plates and worth checking out too!

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