Cuisine(s)
Southern, Vietnamese
Price Scale
$
Description

In 2015, Tapalaya chef Anh Luu added a Vietnamese spin to this New Orleans-inspired restaurant’s brunch menu, inspired by her childhood in New Orleans and her Vietnam War refugee parents. The Asian/Cajun flavors offer a fun, Mardi Gras bead-strewn alternative to another East Burnside Southern brunch favorite a few blocks away (without the two-hour wait). Don't miss the eggs sardou (poached eggs over artichoke hearts, creamed spinach, and caper hollandaise), coconut pork rice bowl topped with a fried egg, fried chicken and beignets, or the Mién Ga (glass noodles in a Vietnamese chicken broth with chicken, cilantro, adn green onions).

Meal Times
Brunch, Dinner
Good to Know
Child Friendly, Reservations
Location