After 18 years of serving Vietnamese and Chinese food in the Westbank, Nine Roses is expanding to the French Quarter with a spinoff called Nine Roses Cafe. It's slated to open next Wednesday at 620 Conti Street, reports Ian McNulty; the restaurant "will be BYOB to begin, though [owner Anna] Nguyen plans to add a bar later."
And so, friends: THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS!!! Nine Roses Cafe will officially open next Wednesday, June 17th!! Join us! We hope to see you there! ~ Conti & Exchange Place #vietnamesefood #vietnamese #pho #neworleanseats #cityeats #neworleans #downtown #downtownneworleans #frenchquarter #frenchquartereats
As previously reported, the menu is a stripped-down version of what the original Nine Roses serves, sticking mostly to Vietnamese classics like pho, banh xeo, banh mi, Gulf shrimp-stuffed spring rolls, and rice plates; there's also steamed buns stuffed with various proteins, Vietnamese-style beef carpaccio, bubble tea, and the all-important iced Cafe du Monde coffee with condensed milk.
Scope out the full menu, below: