Nue specializes in global street food. That means you can eat Chinese, Middle Eastern, South African, Burmese, Southeast Asian, Jamaican, Latin dishes and more here. This sounds like a trainwreck waiting to happen, but Nue pulls it off - everything here is great. Pop in with a group for their daily brunch when eggs benedict and pancakes aren’t cutting it and you’d rather have some Filipino tocino with fried rice, Tunisian octopus with harissa, or pineapple-coconut cornbread. Or, just a tower of crunchy Sichuan chicken wings.
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