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Reservations still available for Maketto at Hanoi House, opening Monday

HANDOUT PHOTO: Image of Chef ErikBruner-Yang. (Photo by Kyle Gustafson) Chef Erik Bruner-Yang. (Photo by Kyle Gustafson)

Toki Underground chef  Erik Bruner-Yang's preview of his upcoming Asian street-food concept, Maketto, officially kicks off Monday at 14th Street's Hanoi House, and many reservations for the first few weeks of the three-month experiment have already been snapped up. But spots are still available, so long as you're nimble. Here's what you need to know.

How do I get a reservation?  You make a reservation through Hanoi House on Open Table, which shows that reservations are available. There are a few seatings each night.

How will it work?  The residency will serve as a test kitchen for Bruner-Yang and chef de cuisine James Wozniuk. Dinner will be served family-style, for $30 per person, and the menu will change frequently.

I'm gluten-free/vegetarian/picky. Maketto has noted that there will be no accommodations for allergies or dietary restrictions for the residency. A dim-sum cart will be available.

Read more: Erik Bruner Yang to take over Hanoi House for Maketto 'residency'

Lavanya Ramanathan is a features reporter for Style.



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