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“in the basement of Há”
Basement bars are a thing, and we should really cherish this. With a dim intimate setting, illuminated only by good times and Vietnamese lanterns, Nhau is the most seductive bar you’ll ever walk into. The food and cocktail menu is pan-Asian inspired, so it has something for everyone on the menu. Their signature cocktails come in tiki-inspired drinkware and cans. Ah, yes, the lesser known tiki drinkware: a can. No, it isn’t really tiki themed to use a can, but nonetheless you can order the Tamarindo which comes in a can. The drink is a fusion of soju, tamarin, piment arbol, tonka, ananas, pamplemousse, and biere. Refreshing.
Super cool speakeasy under a restaurant. The incense smell was kind of overpowering and strong. The decoration of the bar and the environment had a cool feel to it though! We were given the top... Read more
Stopped by for drinks over the weekend. Reminds me of Big Trouble in Toronto with the red lanterns decor. Music was pretty good that night but circulation is terrible and it's very stuffy even... Read more
THE BEST bar experience I've had in years, mostly due to the awesome mixologists/bartenders here. I hesitate to say bartender cos these guys are artists. The pandan sour drink seems to be one of... Read more
- Wed - Sat: 5:00 pm - 3:00 am
- Tue: 5:00 pm - 1:00 am
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