MF Sushi team opens Vietnamese eatery in Midtown

Alex (left) and Chris Kinjo/ AJC file photo

A Vietnamese restaurant from the brothers behind MF Sushi has opened in Midtown, nearly 10 months after it was first announced.

Anh’s Kitchen opened quietly in October, What Now Atlanta reports. The spot, located at at the bottom of the Viewpoint condominiums at 855 Peachtree St. NE, has been in the works from Alex and Chris Kinjo since December 2016.

The space was previously occupied by a Starbucks, which relocated down the street.

The menu features  variety of appetizers, salads, soups, pho, vermicelli noodle dishes, banh mi, rice dishes and clay pots. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday Thursday and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday-Sunday.

The Kinjo brothers opened MF Sushi in 2015 after MF Buckhead, their last-standing Atlanta restaurant, shuttered in 2012. In the interim, the brothers opened a an MF location in Houston.

In addition, Alex Kinjo has also opened two new concepts, MF Bar and District 3, in the second phase of Avalon, the mixed-use development in Alpharetta.

Anh’s isn’t the first foray into Vietnamese cuisine for the brothers — they previously owned the now-shuttered Nam at Midtown Promenade, a bistro that was a tribute to their Vietnamese mother, Anh Hoang, and their Japanese father.

855 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 404-989-6886, anhkitchenatl.com

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