This past fall, The Daily Meal announced that a former sous chef from The Slanted Door in San Francisco would be opening a restaurant in Park Slope. It looks like Brooklyn will be getting another dose of the Slanted Door, because the famed West Coast Vietnamese restaurant will be opening a pop-up at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn later this month.
You’ll have to get lucky to sample some delicious phở and other Vietnamese delicacies from chef Charles Phan and Wythe Hotel chef Andrew Tarlow, because the pop-up will only stick around for three days from February 15 through the 17.
According to The New York Times, the menu will feature a variety of phở, and an array array of appetizers including spring rolls and dumplings, served family-style, as well as dessert and Vietnamese coffee. Average cost per person will be around $38. The pop-up will not be taking reservations, and will be open for dinner service, so be prepared to arrive early and wait in line.