A little more than a year after the original Les Ba’get closed its doors in Montrose, the restaurant has returned in a brand new location.
The restaurant at 1711 West 34th Street, Suite 800 quietly opened its doors over the weekend, according a post to the Facebook page for the 33 1⁄3 at Thirtyfourth develoment in which Les Ba’get is located. As Eater reported last February, the restaurant transformed its original Montrose location into a popular new pho spot called Les Noo’dle, and the plan was to re-open Les Ba’get in a newer, bigger space that would seat 80 diners.
As owner Cat Huynh told Eater at the time, the new Les Ba’get will boast the same beloved banh mi as the original outpost, along with vermicelli noodle bowls, fried chicken, and Vietnamese steak and eggs. Brothy bowls of pho are also on the menu, along with interesting new dishes like a bun rieu crab omelet and grilled hamachi collar.
Les Ba’get is currently open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. during its “soft opening.” Eater has reached out for more details on its full hours of operation.
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