Mekong Restaurant

BA SCORE
97
world-class

54 Reviews
Mekong RestaurantMekong Restaurant
PLACE INFO

Type: Bar, Eatery

6004 W Broad St
Richmond, Virginia, 23230-2222
United States

(804) 288-8929 | map
mekongisforbeerlovers.com

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PLACE STATS
Score:
97
Reviews:
54
Ratings:
144
Avg:
4.4
pDev:
5.45%
 
 
Taps:
50
Bottles/Cans:
55
Cask:
N
Beer-to-Go:
N
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Photo of NeroFiddled
4.49/5  rDev +2%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

I'm not sure what the origin of the Mekong location is, but it looks like it might have been a brewpub in a former incarnation; at the very least, the bar would indicate that. Otherwise it looks like an Asian restaurant, or at the very least, a strip-mall restaurant. I found the decor and atmosphere pleasant but not special.

The service is exceptional considering that we're not talking about fine dining. The staff seems eager to please, and happy in their work.

The draft list is extensive and well-balanced, although they do lean towards what's popular at the moment (currently IPAs). They care about the beer and use specialized glassware for each style.

The food is varied as well, really quite good, and surprisingly affordable. Not unlike another reviewer on BA, I'd have to rank their Phở as possibly the best I've ever had, and if not, at least second best. ($6.95 for a large bowl of Phở Do Bien - you'd better try it!). I'd go just for the food, but the fact that they have great beer makes it an even stronger destination.

One thing I should point out is that you don't need to eat. You can just stop in at the bar and just hang. There's usually a crowd, and they don't seem to care that they're surrounded by the dining room of an Asian restaurant. In that way it's quite unique, and even a bit surreal.

Mekong is certainly worth a visit whether you like Asian food or not. And I should also point out, it's not that far from Strangeways Brewing either.

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Photo of dbrauneis
4.5/5  rDev +2.3%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75

This gem of great Vietnamese food would be easy to miss as it sits in an unassuming strip mall and the interior decor is basically what I expected for an Asian restaurant with the exception of the number of beer signs around on the walls. There were all sorts of folks here eating/drinking from families to groups of folks in their 20s/30s to retirees and folks came from all different ethnic backgrounds.

The beers were well poured, served at the proper temperature, with the proper amount of head, and in proper glassware.

The service was quite good - attentive, quick, and friendly. The servers were knowledgeable about both the food and the beer and I heard them offer suggestions for both to other patrons around us as well as explaining some of the dishes to first time diners (of Vietnamese food).

I have never seen a beer list like this in a Vietnamese restaurant (I've been lucky in most previous Vietnamese restaurants to have a choice between 5-6 different American Adjunct/Euro Pale Lagers) and it rivaled many of the really good beer places I have visited in other cities. 50 taps of craft with a focus on local Richmond breweries (including some rarer offerings) and Belgian style beers. I wish that I had a driver with me so that I could have tried more of the options available.

Possibly the best Pho broth that I have ever tasted. Food was excellent, I would stop by on any trip taking me through (or by) Richmond even if it did not have the incredible beer selection. Only minutes from I-95 for folks passing through.

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Photo of DoctorZombies
4.88/5  rDev +10.9%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.75

Unbelievable selection of top beers on tap from around the country, as well a big bottle selection. Huge, busy restaurant with large bar area too. The food is fantastic and the service is as good as it gets. Try the Pho Thai and the fresh spring rolls.

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Photo of Mantooth
4.36/5  rDev -0.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4

We would've missed this spot on a recent vacation to the area - had it not been for Beer Advocate. After seeing the buzz, we had to check it out - and I'm very happy we did. The exterior is unassuming and then some, you'd never know the interior of this strip center joint's got an amazing selection of beers. I looked over the menu for a good thirty minutes prior to ordering a full pour. The owner, An, is super cool - and our bartender was as well. They don't mind pouring small samples of a couple brews - so I did get a chance to try a few things other than the two full beers I had. Apparently they do a lot of big beer dinners, too. Also - the food is fantastic. We ate the lunch special and it was awesome - those around us said that everything on the menu was good. This is a world class beer bar - with great food. What's not to love?

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Photo of GCBrewingCo
4.1/5  rDev -6.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Mekond is simple to find just South of I-64 and Glenside on Broad. It is the kind of place you would pass and not go into from the looks. The windows are blackened and reflective. Once inside it is a huge place. Lots of tables and rooms and most of them with people and with people waiting. Unbelievable.

I was seated after a few moments and after the fellow in front of me placed his takeout order. I was given a tome of a menu and went directly to the beer section. The standards were there, and boring, but that list was mighty short, only a few selections. Then came a very short US section of micros, flip the page and three pages of Belgians are there. Unfortunately they only come in 750's or 1.5L, and most fetch in the $13-15 range, but they are there, and they look mighty inviting. I had been under the weather so I decided to skip a beer and sample the wares.

Spring rolls were good, fried spring rolls are to die for. The Pho was very good, just a smidge below some of the best I have had and made just a little differently.

Ooops, forgot about the service. Once seated, my water glass was filled immediately, perhaps even before both cheeks of my butt had hit the chair. Then everyone kind of left. Only after I set my menu down did someone come over. He took my order and from there it was a whirlwind of activity. I got my spring rolls in mere minutes and my Pho shortly after I finished the rolls. After the Pho was a memory the check was out in a flash. So once you get service, hold onto your hat.

I'd be back, not for a pint, but for some great Vietnamese food, and perhaps a bottle of Belgian beer.

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Photo of mynie
5/5  rDev +13.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

One of the best beer places I've ever been to, though their image and marketing don't signal anything of the sort. The website looks like it was designed in the late 90s, and their building's facade is just a storefront in a strip mall in a completely nondescript street in Richmond. This, it turns out, is a good thing.

The vibe is fantastic precisely because it avoids all the trappings associated with modern, trendy restaurants. There was a great article about this recently, detailing how the rise of uniform reviewing platforms like Yelp have led to a worldwide homogeneity in new restaurants. A new, trendy place in New York will have shockingly similar decor and menu to a new place in LA, or Akron, or even Cardiff. The best places, then, are the ones that establish firm images outside of the uniform ratings system, and Mekong is definitely such a place.

The decor is straighforward: medium strength lighting, woody walls, high tops, etc. TVs play sports at a low volume. Were it not for their very impressive collection of beer swag, this would look like any other medium-priced Asian restaurant housed in a strip mall.

This MOR vibe is accentuated perfectly, however, by the staff. They are kind and jokey and rude and profane. "What you want, motherfucker," the bartender said to a regular, and the regular could not have been happier to have been greeted in such a way.

If you're an excessive normie and profanity burns your precious ears, this is not the place for you. There are plenty of new, Safe Space restaurants that are designed to prevent you from suffering even a secondsworth of confusion or self-awareness. I urge you to consult Yelp to find a list of them.

And I need to stress: there was no meanness whatsoever in the bartender's tone or intention. He was just being friendly in an unguarded way. And, in an era where "progressive" scenes are rapidly losing their edge and spontaneity in sad attempt to make everything as non-threatening as possible, I found this sort of approach remarkable and refreshing.

But even if you hate that sort of candor and prefer the canned, ersatz vibe of newer beer joints ("woah! they have edison lamps and they're playing the Jack Johnson spotify station!"), you cannot deny the majesty of this place's food and beer.

As for the food: I've never been to Vietnam, but I've had pho in places ranging from Portland, Maine to Hollywood, California, and Mekong's was far and away the best I've ever sampled. Even if the beer list wasn't a tenth as extensive, I'd still recommend this place just for the food.

The beer list is also probably as varied and extensive as any I've ever seen, as their geographic placement allows them to draw from some of the best of the midwest, east coast, and west coast, along with an excellent selection of Belgian brews. They had Alesmith, Bells, and Maine BrewCo all on tap, along with Chimay and Rodenbach. They even had Maine's Lunch, which is really hard to find in freaking Boston.

Overall, I'd rank Mekong in the same class as the big boys: Lord Hobo, Map Room, Three Penny, Blue Palms, Sugar Maple etc. Only their otherworldly vibe and excellent food actually push them to the top of that vaunted class.

An absolute must-visit.

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Photo of clayrock81
4/5  rDev -9.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

This place is a little hard for me to review as I'm trying not to hold this "best beer bar" award they have won against them, b/c quite frankly I wouldn't call it the best in the state, yet alone the East Coast (I'm not sure what award they won: "city", "state" "region" or "country"). That being said, there are some great finds here and without a doubt one of the cheapest beer bars I have ever been to and if I lived in Richmond I would be a regular here. I went on a Saturday afternoon to avoid any crowd and was succesful as very few people here and I didn't eat b/c I am not a fan of the food style but my wife and stepson ordered and I have three observations. The food is cheap, pricewise, the servings are big and they thoroughly enjoyed their meal so based on that I would say this place has great food. Also, I read about the "Andal" or something and some tasting parties they have so this place seems pretty serious. About the only knock I actually have on this place, and it's not really a knock, is if you're looking for the hard to find gems and a large selection of hard to find imports I wouldn't recommend this place but that's about the only "complaint" I really have.

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Photo of Roguer
3.91/5  rDev -11.1%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Huge selection of legitimate craft offerings from around the states as well as Belgium. Some real quality offerings as well, to go alongside more commonplace IPAs, saisons, stouts, sours, et al.

I have no experience with Vietnamese food, so I can't compare and contrast. It's quite good , though.

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Photo of Zonian1
4.56/5  rDev +3.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

After reading about Mekong in several of the national beer magazines, I made this stop #2 on my Saturday beer visit to Richmond. I visited in the mid-afternoon, so it was a little slow, which worked in my favor as the bartender had some time to chat with me about the history of the place.

I can honestly say I have never been to a place like Mekong before. I've been to good Vietnamese restaurants. And I've been to restaurants with world class tap lists. But never to one place that features both! The food was delicious, and the tap list was fantastic. A great mix of locals, top US beers, and great international offerings. It was so cool to be in an Asian restaurant that was totally decked out with emblems from the best breweries in the world.

A truly memorable experience and must visit. I drove 2 hours to get there, and it was totally worth it!

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Photo of JamesStreet
4.79/5  rDev +8.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Typical looking restaurant from the outside and upon entering. Sat at the bar and the draft board blew me away! Lots of wild ales, several goses, and plenty of IPAs and stouts. Bartender Phillip was prompt and cool and An, the owner, was nice enough to chat with us and show us the brewery next door, The Answer brewpub. Overall, this place is a must stop if you're ever in Richmond.

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Photo of SportsandJorts
3.5/5  rDev -20.5%

Atmosphere: Located in a odd little strip mall, its not quite the spot I'd expect to see one of the highest rated multi-taps on the site. Inside there is a bar area and a sprawled out seating area. Decorations are all over and beer related.

Selection and Quality: For all the good things I have heard of people having there, I must have hit on an off night. A large selection of taps but nothing I saw was worth going out of my way for. Good local selection and enough taps to cover all the styles.

Food: large menu. great spring rolls. The entrees weren't overly special in my opinion, but they were definitely unique to a beer bar.

Overall: I was disappointed with the taplist when I was there, but thats definitely not to say I won't be going back. Maybe next time Ill have to plan on going for a tap event or something were they have a better selection

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Photo of Cubatobaco
4.55/5  rDev +3.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.25

Of all the places that I have rated, how did I miss this one? As everyone else has said, it is hard to spot if you are not paying attention. Despite its small location, the taps are vast! An, the owner, has an eclectic taste for beer, so the draft list offers an array of craft beers from around the world, as well as local. I don't think that I've ever been disappointed with what he has. His cuisine is quite interesting! I only order what I know, but I'm sure there are some dishes on there awesome.

The staff is funny, and if you don't have thick skin with some, you may feel like they are picking on you, but its all in good fun! I have come to know one waiter in there that is just incredible and hilarious! If you are ever in the are, this is a must visit spot. I'm looking forward to An's newst baby, "The Answer", which should be open soon.

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Photo of qchic
4.25/5  rDev -3.4%

Good, affordable food (Hot and Sour Soup was amazing), and impressive beer. Unassuming location, so I'm pretty much wild about this place--I'm turned off by places and service that's full of themselves. None of that here, just the real deal. Tons of 5's on here, which might be overdoing it a bit, but it's good.

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Photo of JWalterWeatherman
4.6/5  rDev +4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4

You can easily miss Mekong if you aren't looking carefully. It is located in an unassuming strip-mall as you head West from downtown Richmond, and that may add to the mystique surrounding this mainstay of craft beer in Virginia.

Unlike some craft beer bars which seek to cater to a particular demographic, Mekong functions like a traditional Vietnamese restaurant that incidentally has an amazing beer bar. Thus, you will encounter a wide range of folk while dining or drinking.

As with any popular restaurant, you will want to arrive earlier in the evening to avoid the crowd. Parking is an issue in the front of the building, though there is ample space around back. I have never had to wait for a table in the restaurant, but it does get packed on the weekends.

While this is not a food review, I will say that the menu offers a wide variety of traditional options, and I have never been disappointed with the curry or crab dishes. There are better Vietnamese restaurants, but none with a better beer selection.

There is something for every kind of beer taste. You will always find sour and wild beers on the menu. Mekong supports the Virginia craft scene by carrying a number of exceptional breweries from around the state, especially those found in Richmond. There is a nice selection of Belgians, as they hold a historical place in the evolution of beer at Mekong. If you can't decide what to get from the massive menu, the guys behind the bar are happy to help.

The staff alone are worth a trip. Extensive beer knowledge, impressive memory, and a charming confidence can always be expected. Of course, no review would be complete without mentioning An Bui, the "Chief Beer Officer" at Mekong. He's taken an unknown Vietnamese restaurant to one of the best craft beer bars in America, as voted by the readers of Craftbeer.com. If you get the chance, chat with him about beer. He really likes the stuff.

For the craft beer enthusiast, Mekong is more than just a restaurant or bar; it is an exercise in passion, which is why it is beloved by so many.

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Photo of timtim
4.2/5  rDev -4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I can't say enough good things about this place. it is way ahead of the curve. very good selection of beer (saison dupont, girardin black label, hanssens strawberry lambic from 2000, orval and much more) and fantastic vietnamese food... need i say more? the food is amazing and the beer is top notch, and i know of no other restaurant like this anywhere. easy stop if you're driving up or down 95, it's just a few miles out of the way and WAY worth it. 2000 vintage hanssens oudbitje (for the same price at this restaurant as the current vintage at the store near me by the way) and REAL vietnamese food. Awesome.

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Photo of pentathlete
4.08/5  rDev -7.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Based on my lunch visits, Mekong is in a simple store front location on W. Broad (like most establishments in Richmond). This is, as the name implies, a Vietnamese restaurant. The food is very good and reasonably priced. I enjoy the seafood based dishes most, but they all taste great.

Service is rapid and attentive, no frills, but that is not the expectation here. The atmosphere is average because of the routine decor, open table seating which raises the noise level considerably, and the general datedness of the furniture and carpeting.

Ah, but you don't just come to Mekong for the great food, there are plenty of Thai and Vietnamese and Chinese restaurants in the area. You come to Mekong because you can enjoy the cuisine with a great brew. The menu featured most every Belgian style available in Virginia and most reasonably priced at anywhere from $11 to $16 per bottle (mostly cheaper than Capital Ale House). Other beers include local selections and fine craft beers from around the country.

The proprietor apparently made a beer pilgrimage to Europe and came back with a true appreciation of finely crafted brew. He shares that passion via a write-up in the menu and it is reflected in the sheer variety and quality of the beers offered.

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Photo of Kubishark
4.46/5  rDev +1.4%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 5 | food: 4.25

If you blink you'd miss it. Unassuming restaurant in a strip mall. The inside is similar, basically no windows and the decor consists of beer posters hanging on the walls. Even the ceiling is paneled like an aging office building. That being said, this place is all about the beer. Great selection and many beers that go really well with the fantastic food. Was very busy and service reflected that, but it was completely understandable. Here and The Answer next door are must visits in Richmond, without a doubt.

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Photo of McBraniel
4.33/5  rDev -1.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.25

Provides a unique combination of Vietnamese food and Belgian beer. The food is decent, but the beer selection is fantastic. It's a very large and popular restaurant/bar, and is usually always crowded on weekend nights. A go-to in Richmond. Highly recommended.

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Photo of Jimmys
3.43/5  rDev -22%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

almost dismal looking from the outside. located in a cheap strip mall, the Mekong sign looks like just a cheap-o vietnamese restaurant. after entering, the decor reenforces the cheap-o vibe. cheap tables, table topping sprawled throughout a fairly large space with Tons of brewery/beer posters on the wall. many addressed to Mekong. it's asian restaurant meets college dorm.

let me get the other negative point out of the way, the service. servers are typically cold and dont seem very interested in your dining experience. it helped that i went in with low service expectations, hopefully it will help you too.

once your able to look past these areas, it's on to the good stuff. i thought the food was very good. i enjoyed some sweet and sour soup and a delicious bowl of pho. the beer selection is very good, and is probably one of very few vietnamese restaurants that have the belgian beer selection that they do. not a great state-side selection, but it is definitely worth coming for the belgians. following the belgian theme, the drafts are also note-worthy and are often rotated. sometimes even offering a cask.

my favorite thing about this place (besides the beer and the food) are the prices! everything was VERY inexpensive (especially being used to DC prices!). i was able to eat for under $15 and even the 750mL belgian bottles i was getting were only marked up a few dollars from their bottle shop prices. if you are in the area, Mekong definitely should be on your list for at least a lunch visit!

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Photo of Hanzo
4.04/5  rDev -8.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.25 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Arriving at Mekong for lunch on a Saturday left me very skeptical, but I do not judge books by their covers. Headed in and was promptly seated at the tables near the bar. The place looks like your average Asian restaurant, but with beer signs thrown in to try to depict beer being their focus, place seemed slow and quiet for a Saturday afternoon. Finally ten minutes later someone came by to take our drink order. I order my beer and an appetizer, followed by entrees for my wife and I.

The food itself was very fresh, tasty and hot. I cannot complain about that or their massive beer selection between bottles and draft. Had a few beers and had planned to order one more but the waitress had already dropped the check off without asking if I wanted anything else, so I had to flag her down to order my final beer and have my check adjusted. Felt like I was being rushed off, which would be excusable to a degree if they were busy which they weren't.

I certainly would go here fairly often if I were closer than two hours away, but as it stands I won't be back until some Richmond BAs have an event there, they tell me that is when the place comes alive and is best experienced...but as far as just stopping in for a bite to eat and a few beers, I can think of many places that do it better.

Also, they need to go for their off-site license. There were several bottles I would have bought to take home if I could have.

EDIT: I have gone back since this review and had a much more enjoyable experience, when you go when they are busy it is a whole different atmosphere.

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Photo of uvachief
4.4/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Total hole in the wall but a hidden gem in Richmond. Located near Libbie and West Broad Street. Don't worry if you don't speak the language...the menu is in English also. Fantastic food variety but amazing beer selection. One of the best I've ever seen. Tons of beer on tap. Many of the local breweries and quite a few hard to find smaller batch breweries. Something for every palate. I love spicy food with a nice stout. Great for lunch or dinner. Many release parties as well. They are building their own brewery next door called "Beer is the Answer". 30 taps and everything on tap is outstanding.

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Photo of JamieDuncan
4.83/5  rDev +9.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Outstanding list of beers, many of the great belgians which I love, plenty of variety from around the country. The food was outstanding and the prices for the food and beer was excellent. Plus, food was also outstanding. Wish I spent more time in Richmond.

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Photo of EricP
4.53/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

This is a fantastic place. The food is very good and they have a solid beer selection. The number of taps is nowhere near Capital Alehouse, but all are solid.

We usually order the Pho and you can get a huge bowl.It's some of the best in town. The other Vietnamese food is also very tasty.

This is a place where my kids love the food, my wife loves the food and I can get great food and beer.

It's in a nondescript old strip mall and has plenty of seating (its much bigger than it appears from the front).

I've been several times. They only down side has been that sometimes service has been a bit slow. Sometimes it doesn't seem they have enough folks working for the size of the place.

Highly recommended.

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Photo of Zraly
4.48/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Easily one of the best beer bars in Virginia, if not the country. And I think the title of "bar" is maybe misleading as this really is a good Vietnamese restaurant that has a stellar tap selection.

I can't say enough about the tap list. Last night we had selections from Cigar City (yes -- six taps of CCB alone), as well as local breweries. Great selection of Belgian style ales including sours. Rare one-offs, too, such as the Kong Krush (DIPA made for Mekong). If you don't find something on tap that you like, maybe you should reconsider your beer geek status.

The food is excellent. Everything is appropriately spiced and the entrees are filling. There is something for everyone, too, including vegetarians. The carmelized tofu hot pot is not to be overlooked even by the more carnivorous type.

Service is more or less hit or miss; I remember it being a hit years ago when I went here a few times with grad school comrades. However, last night was a bit of a miss. I know for many of the servers language is a barrier and I am sympathetic to that. However, we would have liked another round last night but felt like we were being hurried out; the server brought the check right after he cleared our plates. There were plenty of tables open and no line at the door -- not sure what the rush was. But given all of the other pros of this place, I can live with this hiccup.

This is not only a great beer place but is unique in that the food served is not your standard pub fare -- a real gem of a place. If you are in RVA for any length of time, you are missing out if you do not make this one of your stops.

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Photo of vikingpillager
4.8/5  rDev +9.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75

Don't let the unassuming exterior fool you--this place is amazing! Top notch Vietnamese food, cool relaxed atmosphere, and a love of serving huge varieties of excellent beer that is essentially unparalleled!!

The Answer Brewpub is attached so you can easily make this a near-full day experience!

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Mekong Restaurant in Richmond, VA
4.4 out of 5 based on 144 ratings.
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