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Posted by jo on 10/09/2011
I love Vietnamese pho and the first bowl I ever had was at a friend's house whose mom made it. This is by far the best Classic Pho in Williamsburg. They will even substitute sauteed mushrooms in place of the beef or chicken for a vegetarian option (although the stock is still gonna be animal based) And the bubble tea is awesome! I only order Vietnamese from here in this neghborhood!
Posted by Tapiocachick on 07/11/2011
I was apprehensive at first about trying this place because the prices were a bit steep for Vietnamese food, and I suspected the food might not be authentic. I was very pleasantly surprised to be proven wrong. The food was definitely authentic, the flavors were delicious, and the atmosphere was terrific. There is a cute enclosed garden in the back. It was a great way to get the outdoor dining experience, but since it was enclosed, we also had the benefit of air conditioning on a 90 degree day. It was quaint and romantic. We had the fried calamari, which was well-seasoned and not over-battered or over-fried; the seared duck over banana blossom salad was good enough to make a return trip solely for that; the baby back ribs were flavorful and tender....all the seasonings were spot-on. The only thing I really didn't care for was the seafood bouillabaisse in beer broth, which also happens to be the most expensive thing on the menu. The seafood was overcooked, and the broth bitter and otherwise flavorless. Will not be ordering that ever again. The waitress was sweet, but not too knowledgeable about the menu (not sure if part of it was due to a language barrier?), but I'd rather that than have her be very well-versed about the menu but be obnoxious. I will definitely be returning. The food and ambience were worth the higher prices.
Posted by WineAndDine4StarReviews on 04/18/2011
Wine and Dine presents An Nhau with 4/4 stars; not only for the excellent quality of their food, but also for their workmanship and presentation as well. We at Wine and Dine were presented with an exquisite meal of an artistic display at our visit to An Nhau. An Nhau’s dedication to “fresh” and top quality raw materials, along with the boundless energy and intelligence, that has gone into the development of this eatery and menu, is impressive. Next Time you’re in Williamsburg be sure to stop and enjoy the pleasure of dining with An Nhau. This Article has been approved by: Gail Gerson-Witte - Writer Cristine Floyd - Restaurant Researcher/President Wine Dine and Leisure Time
Posted by yummytummy on 02/07/2011
Seriously, How long? Working on an hour and a half. The Pho is good, the price is right but your delivery needs more than work! Last time I will order from here.
Posted by An Nhau Luvah on 01/13/2011
An Nhau is not supposed to be a Thai, or a random Asian restaurant. It's a Vietnamese restaurant. Comparing it to a thai restaurant is silly. So maybe all their dishes are not entirely authentic, but they are clean and surely vietnamese in style. Their Pho is solid and tastey, summer rolls are delish and their spinach is healthy and clean. Listen we are in Williamsburg/Greenpoint, call me when we get any sort of authentic cuisine with in a 2 mile radius and I'll come a-runn'n. Let alone Asian cuisine. The truth is An Nhau's food is consistant, clean and tasty, their delivery needs some assistance...but ultimately they get the job done a whole lot better than fake-asian restaurants like Red Bowl, Chinese Musician Restaurant, Hachi or Mizu. By the way there is no difference between Ban Mi and An Nhau I've eaten at both many times.
Posted by BS on 07/20/2010
Food is wholly decent and a "you get what you pay for" deal. Clearly it's not Chinatown, clearly it's not authentic, but it's fine for what it is. However, when my boyfriend and I ordered delivery last night, the delivery guy complained about his tip. C'mon man, $5 on a $25 delviery is more then enough. Get real. We almost called to complained but thought bettre. There's better sushi, chinese, thai, etc., in the neighborhood. Also, their Bahn Mi is a joke.
Posted by David M. on 06/05/2010
This place is the bomb. Not sure about all the haters here. I've ordered delivery from An Nhau several times, all with great success and no problems whatsoever. Our orders were taken promptly and more importantly, correctly (with absolutely no language issues, despite our numerous edits/special requests), and delivered lightning fast with a smile. Sure, you can find cheaper sammies in chinatown, but this place works just fine for now. And it's definitely the best in the hood. The food is fresh and delicious and hits the spot without breaking the bank.