Nam Nam is a very small sandwich shop in East Williamsburg with just a few tables and an appropriately tiny menu. They serve summer rolls, a few noodle dishes, several types of bahn mi, and that's it. But you don't really need anything else. Every time we come here, we just get a roast pork banh mi on some nice crispy bread, and we'll also add an iced Vietnamese coffee if we're in need of sugar and caffeine. Stop by for some quick, easy takeout, or grab a sandwich and hang out on the little front patio if its warm out.
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Win Son is a great place in East Williamsburg where you can eat Taiwanese specialties like lu rou fan while hip-hop plays in the background.
Win Son Bakery
Win Son Bakery is an excellent counter-service Taiwanese spot in East Williamsburg from the people behind Win Son.
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