One of Vancouver’s Best Vietnamese Restaurants Gets Its Story Told in New Short Film

The story of Mount Pleasant’s gorgeous, always bustling Vietnamese restaurant Anh and Chi is well and succinctly told in this engrossing Storyhive short:

“Mother (M?) and chef Ly creates a new dish for the family restaurant which has been reimagined by her children in carrying on the family legacy.”

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  1. Thank you for sharing! We are grateful for the grant and film makers who worked with us to share this short story. It’s just the beginning (we hope) as there are blend of so many incredible tales in Vancouver to tell.

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