Mothers and daughters can accomplish anything together -- why else do you think Pearl Jam wrote that song about...uh, nevermind, "Daughter" is a bad example. Nevertheless, a mom/daughter pair is rocking out the vittles at Anna's Asian Bistro.
From the Thailand-born gal (Anna!) and her kitchen-commanding mother who formerly helmed Thalia Spice, AAB's an elegant black & white eatery, with candle-lit shadowboxes recessed into the walls and a custom maple sushi bar providing a backdrop for the variety of Asian cuisines the mother picked up while moving all over the continent with her contractor husband, though pretty much anyone who travels there ends up doing some contracting.
Smaller bites include pan-fried Malaysian-style roti w/ yellow curry dip, fried calamari doused in Indian masala sauce, and baby back ribs glazed in a family-secret mix of sake and tamarind, because seriously man, those monkeys wouldn't be endangered if they weren't so goddamn delicious. The menu then moves to regional curry & noodle dishes from the likes of Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia; bowls of fried egg-covered Korean bibimbap; and sushi bar creations like a mussel/spicy shrimp/crab/scallop joint called the Obsession, to which you can only reply "I will have you, yes I will have you".
Feel free to ask about special off-menu dishes like family-recipe ginger chicken rice, but don't ask for booze, 'cause they're BYOB, meaning it's up to you to make sure the night doesn't end up "Black".