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Nightingale 9

  • 329 Smith St. Map It
  • Carroll Gardens
  • Vietnamese

Published 09/11/2016

Fodor's Review

Though it's named after an old Brooklyn telephone code, Nightingale 9 takes its culinary inspiration from "long distance": Vietnam. This smartly designed Smith Street favorite is a must for lemongrass-grilled pork chops or the steamed rice crêpes called banh cuon, stuffed with minced pork, chicken pâté, and cucumber. Chef Rob Newton visits Vietnam often and brings back authentic recipes that he sometimes reimagines with his Arkansas childhood in mind, such as smoked pork sausage served with rice cakes and shrimp paste. Catfish is fried with turmeric and spices, and served with a unique combination of dill and peanuts.

Restaurant Information

Address:

329 Smith St., Brooklyn, New York, 11231, USA

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Phone:

347-689–4699

Restaurant Details:

  • Closed Mon.

Published 09/11/2016

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