restaurants
Hue
91 Charles Street
212 691 4170

A real cell phone conversation:
"I'm at Hue"
"You're at Sway?"
"No, I'm at 'way', but it's spelled 'hue'"
"You're at Vue?"
"No! 'hway'!"
"You're at Suede?"

People: It's spelled Hue. It's pronounced "hway". Vietnamese for the 17th century capital.
Karim Amatullah (Halo), Frank Prisinzano (Supper, Frank and L'il Frankie's) and exec chef Junnajet Hurapan (Jett) have opened this luscious, multi- level Vietnamese restaurant. With the classics (pho, banh cuon, goi cuon...) served, high end style and super tasty, in the main room to diners such as Audrey Marnay and Bridget Hall, we think the lounge will also get hot hot hot. A two room chill out area, one even includes two actual beds. Should you decide to take advantage of your voyeuristic ways, keep in mind that there are cameras and eyes everywhere. Just don't tell Karim it's Halo for tall people because it's so, so much more. He even has plans for the sub- cellar with hopes for a 30 seat screening room. As for the food? One person in our party said Frank and Jett's spring rolls are the best she's ever had. And we would know, having eaten Vietnamese for 26+ years.

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