The Vietnamese concept began service without much fanfare.
Anh’s Kitchen, a new Vietnamese restaurant, quietly began service the first week of October after months of delays.
“Nam is the only vietnamese restaurant with a [sic] five stars in Atlanta,” the Kinjo Brothers in June 2016 posted to the Nam Restaurant Facebook page. “And I’m bring it back after 15 years. I will take Nam to another level, I can’t wait.”
The Facebook page has since been repurposed for Anh’s Kitchen.
Anh’s Kitchen offers a large menu of upscale, modern Vietnamese dishes, including a variety of spring rolls, salads, pho, banh mi, entrees built on rice or vermicelli noodles and large, family-style clay pot dishes. In addition to its dine-in menu, customers can place take-out and delivery orders online and by phone.
The new restaurant already offers weekly menu specials, including:
- Monday: mini shrimp cakes (banh khot)
- Tuesday: steamed rice rolls (banh cuon)
- Wednesday: Anh’s hot pot
- Thursday: steamed rice cakes (banh beo)
- Friday: crispy sizzling crepes (banh xeo)
Though Anh’s Kitchen is upscale in many ways, most menu items are priced in the range of $8-$15. See the menu here.
Correction: An earlier version of this story erroneously stated Alex Kinjo is the owner of Anh’s Kitchen. Kinjo designed Anh’s Kitchen Midtown but is not an owner or partner in the restaurant.