A former Montrose fave that recently reopened in the Heights, this od’dly named gem still earns top marks. The contemporary, casual setting (lots of light, wooden tables, steel trim, tall chairs) and fresh, flavorful food, beautifully plated, make the modest prices even more unbelievable. The Summer spring roll, featuring hoisin butter chicken that we will next try in a banh mi, proved tender, with a garlic fish sauce that way complex and zingy. Our grilled lemongrass pork banh mi shone, from the crusty baguette and duck pâté to the truffle aioli and fresh mixed vegetables. The 24-hour beef pho, as good as we’ve had, came loaded with slices of brisket, fresh quail eggs, and bouncy meatballs. And our coffee shake with grass jelly, nuts, sprinkles, and whipped cream? A festival in a cup.
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