Respond to Review of An Hy Quan
by Rich Wildgrube
Review: Excellent food on Juan Tabo! I had the Cashew Mock Pork and was able to sneak some of the Steamed Rice Noodle Mock Pork Grilled Meatball (which really doesn't describe the dish). Both were very tasty. The latter was served with fresh herbs. I believe they were Vietnamese varieties of, e.g. mint, that lend a flavor that cannot otherwise be found in this area. The herbs are home grown. I really wasn't expecting a lunchtime meal that I would normally expect for dinner in an expensive restaurant. The building housed a regular Vietnamese Restaurant that served second-rate food. Don't be confused. These are new owners and the food that I tasted was the best I have had in Albuquerque. I'll be going back often for lunch. I don't think I was just lucky enough to hit on the only two good dishes. I'll be happy to try them all. The restaurant was not crowded since they are new. The staff was very friendly and attentive. Hope they keep it going.