Viet Kitchen opened in July 2018 and is situated on Carrer d’Aribau the heart of the Eixample neighborhood. The restaurant has brought to Barcelona authentic dishes of Vietnam including Phở (a comforting soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat) and Bánh mì (a baguette sandwich filled with a variety of savory ingredients). Pictured below are items from the vegetarian tasting menu (meat and vegan options are also available).
Fresh Summer Roll with tofu, lettuce, coriander and mint along with hoisin and peanut sauces.
Vietnamese Coleslaw with cucumber, grated carrot, marinated vinegar, crushed peanut, sugar water and soy.
Vegetarian Fried Spring Rolls with mushroom, bean, carrot and lettuce along with sweet and sour homemade chilli sauce.
Vegetatian Phở: cooked for several hours, topped with tofu, onion, coriander and spring onion. Hoisin and chilli sauce accompany the dish.
Curry (less common in Vietnam than in Thailand) , made using coconut milk, sweet potato, onion and carrot.
Desert: Viet Kitchen Special made with pandan, cream, biscuit and coconut.
Traditional Vietnamese Coffee.
Viet Kitchen is the joint creation of Hoang (from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam) and Emanuele (from northern Italy, near Milan) who conceived the idea while watching a Nigella Lawson TV show. After a year of travel throughout Asia and South America and they decided to settle in Barcelona. The restaurant is inspired by Hoang’s Vietnamese heritage and in particular the excellent cuisine of his mum! The atmosphere is warm and welcoming and the food a deliciously refreshing change from the local fare.
Address: Carrer d’Aribau, 137, 08036 Barcelona | View Map
Web: vietkitchenbcn.com | Facebook | Instagram
Nearest Metro: Diagonal (L3) (L5)
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 12:30–4PM and 8:30–11:30PM. Saturday 12:30–4PM 8:30PM–12AM, Sunday 1–4PM
Phone: ( 34) 931 09 00 41