To celebrate America’s birthday, Anise is unveiling our newest menu: Weekend Brunch!

Most American diners know of Vietnamese brunch as pho, but there’re more to Vietnamese brunch than just pho. Sure Vietnamese eat pho for breakfast, but Vietnamese eat pho all the time. Breakfast is just one of the “all the time” that Vietnamese eat pho. To define pho as the only Vietnamese food is unfair to all the other delicious Vietnamese brunch choices.

In opening Anise, our Owner and Executive Chef, Quyen Trinh, wants to introduce less common but delicious Vietnamese food to America, and she has. With the Anise brunch menu, we dare say that Chef Quyen has done it again. If you love Vietnamese food (who doesn’t?), then you’re going to love Vietnamese brunch. In fact, Anise gets more requests for a brunch offering than anything else.

Besides pho, our brunch menu features unique items like Breakfast Springroll (another Anise invention), Eggs Omelets on a bed of rice paper, Cháo (Vietnamese porridge), Xôi (sticky rice), $5 Cocktails, Bottomless Mimosas, and of course vegan and vegetarian choices.

If you’re curious to see what Vietnamese brunch is like, take a look at our brunch menu then join us every Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-2PM.

Besides brunch, we also have Happy Hour with $5 cocktails from 2-6PM every weekday.

Happy Independence Day and ăn ngon miện nhé!

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