Cafe Anasia did not disappoint. I was skeptical at first when we walked up and the battered, old sign also said "Vietnamese Cuisine." I've never been to a Vietnamese place that made nachos. When we walked in, the layout was pleasing and comfy. Autumn had scored us a large table in the middle of the room. There were dart boards, pool tables, and that basketball game. The place looks fun! Our waitress, Amber, immediately greeted us and promptly brought cocktails out. The gang played some darts, waiting for the lollygaggers to arrive. I loved the long booth table that all 11 of us managed to squish into. They offered two kinds of nachos, one with chili and one with kalua pork. Everyone went for kalua pork, except for me and Traci who got one of each. When they came out, they were gorgeous with sour cream and dynamite sauce drizzled in eye pleasing patterns over the pile of cheesy nachoness. A few minutes into the devouring, Amber and the bartender (Jessie) brought out a round of shots on the house to thank us for coming in. They also brought a plate of salt and pepper pork chops to try. Everything was delicious! The dynamite sauce made every bite a semi-spicy, semi-sweet party in my mouth. 9 times out of 10, kalua pork wins for my favorite meat topping on nachos. This was not one of those times. Something magical happens when the chili and dynamite sauce mix together that does not exist on the kalua pork nachos. If you don't believe me, you'll just have to go and order one of each to try for yourself. I'll definitely be back to Cafe Anasia to try more of the delicious food they offer on the menu. The prices are reasonable, the staff is incredible, the food is tasty, and the ambiance is fun. Parking is limited, but I just walk or ride the bus so no worries there.
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