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Erin Ireland Visits Mount Pleasant for Food Network Canada foodnetwork.ca | Erin Ireland | August 12, 2016 Click here to watch the video Anh and Chi starts at 4:45 mins.

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Anh and Chi Honour thy father

Flickering from the ends of each table at Anh and Chi are green glass lanterns, casting a homey glow over the bustling restaurant. Montecristo | By Keagan Perlette Read the Original Article Here The lamps are just one of the meaningful details chosen by owners Amelie and Vincent Nguyen that recall the legacy of their father, who ran Pho Hoang Vietnamese Restaurant—Anh + Chi’s predecessor at the windowed space at the corner of Main and 18th. “We found this box and in it was these lanterns,” remembers Amelie. “My parents bought them 20 years ago in Vietnam. It’s just a...

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Anh and Chi just reinvented Vietnamese restaurant scene

Anh and Chi, a new upscale restaurant that opened in April – and a breath of fresh air in a city more used to no-frills pho shops….with a planned patio expansion this summer, it could be just the beginning of a great new era for the decades-old Vietnamese restaurant. Willem Thomas | vanmag.com | June 16, 2016 Read the Original Article Here Main Street Vietnamese staple Pho Hoang has been reborn in glorious fashion Amelie and Vincent Nguyen want to reinvent Vancouver’s Vietnamese dining scene. And the siblings, children of Vietnamese immigrants who fled the chaos of post-war Vietnam, are doing just that with...

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Anh and Chi just reinvented Vietnamese restaurant scene

Anh and Chi, a new upscale restaurant that opened in April – and a breath of fresh air in a city more used to no-frills pho shops….with a planned patio expansion this summer, it could be just the beginning of a great new era for the decades-old Vietnamese restaurant. Willem Thomas | vanmag.com | June 16, 2016 Read the Original Article Here Main Street Vietnamese staple Pho Hoang has been reborn in glorious fashion Amelie and Vincent Nguyen want to reinvent Vancouver’s Vietnamese dining scene. And the siblings, children of Vietnamese immigrants who fled the chaos of post-war Vietnam, are doing just that with...

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Pho Hoang on Main reborn as Anh and Chi

Anh and Chi (“brother and sister” in Vietnamese) opened mid-April and has been sporting line-ups and a crowded room ever since. Anya Levykh | Westender | June 6, 2016 Read the Original Article Here It’s always sad to see a local institution close its doors. After over 30 years in business, Pho Hoang, the casual Vietnamese mom-and-pop operation in South Main known for its classic pho, spring rolls and lemongrass chicken, closed its doors almost a year ago, shortly after the passing of the pater familias. The space didn’t stay shuttered for long, however. Amelie and Vincent Nguyen, the daughter and...

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New Vietnamese eatery ‘Anh + Chi’ carries on the ‘Pho Hoang’ legacy

While sitting in traffic at Main & 18th, I glanced over to notice a seriously eye-catching dining room. I didn’t recognize the space. But it seemed too beautiful not to know. The sign read, Anh + Chi. itstodiefor.ca | May 6, 2016 | Erin Ireland Read the Original Article Here For 18 years, 3388 Main Street — the address I’d been admiring — had been home to Pho Hoang, an iconic Vietnamese restaurant run by Ly and Hoang Van Nguyen. Their children, Amelie and Vincent, are the new owners of Anh + Chi and their mission is to honour their...

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