Find out what Vietnamese restaurants to try in Wurzburg. Würzburg (/ˈvɜːrtsbɜːrɡ, ˈwɜːrtsbɜːrɡ/; German pronunciation: [ˈvʏɐ̯tsbʊɐ̯k] ( listen); Main-Franconian: Wörtzburch) is a city in the region of Franconia, northern Bavaria, Germany. Located on the Main River, it is the capital of the Regierungsbezirk of Lower Franconia. The regional dialect is East Franconian.
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4 based on 81 reviews
We were in town visiting friends the week Madame Nguyen opened its doors in WÃ¼rzburg's "Pleichviertel", right around the corner from its affiliated restaurant Mai Sushi (the owner is the daughter of the owner of Mai Sushi).Service is friendly and efficient, and our food order was served within 30 minutes. The flavors are authentic - the "Gá»i cuá»n" (summer rolls, â¬5,50) were filled with fresh crunchy herbs and vegetables, the "Nom BÃ²" (grilled beef salad, â¬6,50) was fragrant and appetizing. We would have liked to try their "BÃ¡nh Cuá»n" (steamed rice flour crepes) as well, but they were sold out.We ordered our standard litmus-test dish - "Phá» BÃ²" (â¬10,90). Madame Nguyen's bowl comes with a small side of fresh greens, the noodles swimming in an tasty broth which needed no further embellishment. Test passed!There is a nice variety of beverages - specialty iced teas average around â¬5 each, and cocktails around â¬7. Desserts look delicious, but we didn't have time to linger.Our friends tell us that by WÃ¼rzburg's standards, Madame Nguyen would likely be one of the top 10 restaurants. Well then, we look forward to trying more Vietnamese classics the next time we're in town!
4 based on 174 reviews
Been here several times with my family. After a couple of visits the guys working the tables recognized me and helped get us a table - it's always busy early evening in the week it seems.Maybe not the most authentic food but tastes great and a fair price.
4 based on 16 reviews
We're cooking vietnamese vegan & vegetrian food.
We ducked into this unassuming restaurant and were greeted with a warm and welcoming waitperson. The decor is soothing and create a tranquil atmosphere. The menu was offering a number of delicious options in the Vietnamnese style and the chef was busy preparing the food as it was ordered. Fresh and delicious we really enjoyed the dumplings and the spring rolls.
4 based on 55 reviews
The KAI Sushi & Bar is a brand new restaurant in the heart of Wuerzburg. Here the Japanese cooking is combined with the authenticity of the Vietnamese cuisine. Freshly prepared, with the attention to detail and, of course, no flavor enhancers is our cooki
it is loud there because of some noisy bar equipment. They do not accept cards. Waiters are not able to recommend anything. Food is so so, nothing spectacular. I can't imagine that I come againDear evta, Thank you very much for your rating. We regret that you were not satisfied. We will be pleased to offer you a table away from the bar next time. We also try to train our staff more and more. We would be delighted if you could give us another chance.Yours Kai Sushi&Bar
4 based on 19 reviews
The prices here are generally under 10â¬. The portions are big and also very good, even with their low prices they serve large portions of whatever meat you order. Very friendly people, and you can get tea for 2â¬. However, remember to bring cash because they do not take cardThis place is open relatively late, until 10pm or so, and is generally quiet.I recommend anything on the specials section, the soup noodles, and the fried crispy chicken or duck, but everything is very good here.
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