Banh-mi lovers rejoice! Les Givral’s Kahve's Washington Avenue outpost is a neighborhood favorite for its famous French-Vietnamese fare.
Set on the bottom floor of a multi-level mixed use development—between Shepherd Drive and Patterson Street—the spot is funky and hard to overlook, at least after the sun goes down. At night, floor-to-ceiling windows captivate passer-byers with artist Rogelio Rendon’s over-the-top wooden art installation that fills the restaurant’s interior.
Near the front door, a futuristic-looking bar entices guests for libations, while tech-savvy computer-screen menus hang near the counter-service station, tempting revelers onward for wallet-friendly vermicelli bowls, mouth-watering banh-mi sandwiches and spring rolls.
Stop by Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner, as well as late night grub Friday and Saturday nights, when Les Givral’s keeps its doors open until 3AM. Hungry for more? Visit Les Givral's Kahve's Midtown location on Milam.