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Hue Vietnamese Restaurant opens this Tuesday in Bay View

Hue, an urban restaurant and lounge focusing on Asian cuisine of the Thua Thien (a Province in central Vietnam), had its soft opening this past weekend and will officially open Tuesday at 4pm. Hue in Bay View replaces the short-lived Magic Dann’s which closed its doors in late-2009.
The menu at Hue will feature an array of Vietnamese dishes that include:
Pho (traditional broth based soup)
Bun (rice noodle bowl)
Com (rice dishes)
Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwiches)
Appetizers (familiar goi cuon (spring rolls) and cha goi (egg rolls))
Desserts and bubble tea
Click here to preview the menu at Hue. http://www.huemilwaukee.com/menus/MENU-2010.pdf
Restaurant & Lounge Hours
Dinner: Tuesday – Friday: 4:00pm – close
Lunch: Saturday, Sunday: 11:00am – close
Monday: Closed
Kitchen service until 10:00pm.
Lounge hours until close.
HUE Restaurant & Lounge
2691 South Kinnickinnic
Milwaukee, WI 53207
PHONE: 414-294-0483
EMAIL: info@huebayview.com

Hue, an urban restaurant and lounge focusing on Asian cuisine of the Thua Thien (a Province in central Vietnam), had its soft opening this past weekend and will officially open Tuesday at 4pm. Hue in Bay View replaces the short-lived Magic Dann’s which closed its doors in late-2009.

The menu at Hue will feature an array of Vietnamese dishes that include:

  • Pho (traditional broth based soup)
  • Bun (rice noodle bowl)
  • Com (rice dishes)
  • Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwiches)
  • Appetizers (familiar goi cuon (spring rolls) and cha goi (egg rolls))
  • Desserts and bubble tea

Click here to preview the menu at Hue.

Restaurant & Lounge Hours:

Dinner: Tuesday – Friday: 4:00pm – close

Lunch: Saturday, Sunday: 11:00am – close

Monday: Closed

Kitchen service until 10:00pm.

Lounge hours until close.

More Information:

HUE Restaurant & Lounge

http://www.huebayview.com

2691 South Kinnickinnic

Milwaukee, WI 53207

PHONE: 414-294-0483

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  • tbride

    how much for a banh mi?

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