Contemporary Vietnamese eatery Nhau by chef Que Vinh Dang is just down the hill from Man Mo Temple on Hollywood Road. New York-raised Que, previously of Quest by Que and TBLS, goes back to his roots, offering Vietnamese ingredients and flavours executed with French culinary techniques and flair. Nhau means ”together” in Vietnamese but also refers to food in the context of eating while drinking, rather like a Japanese izakaya, and the dishes certainly are perfect with a glass of wine or beer. Nhau explores the possibilities of Vietnamese cooking beyond the conventional pho and banh mi. Guests can anticipate sharing plates such as bo la lot tartare, a beef tartare dressed with betel leaf pesto and served alongside fried beef tendon, as well as banh mi rice tacos and 40N fish sauce dry-aged grass-fed striploin, where the steak is marinated briefly with 40N fish sauce, then dried for 72 hours before grilling.