Discover Restaurants offering the best Vietnamese food in Kassel, Hesse, Germany. Dating from at least the 10th century, today Kassel is most famous internationally as the home of Documenta, an every-five-years exhibition of modern and contemporary art. In the late 17th century Kassel received a large influx of Huguenot refugees from France. During the 1800s, it became the capital of the Brothers Grimm's Fairy Tale Route. In 1943, the city was virtually razed by British bombers, leaving few old sights, but the 18th-century Wilhelmshöhe Castle overlooking the city remains.
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4 based on 190 reviews
We really enjoyed our lunch here, lucked out when someone left and we grabbed an outside table. What we weren't prepared for, though, is that they take cash only AND there isn't an ATM nearby anywhere! We scraped all our euros together and were able to pay, but would have been good to know going in. All three of our dishes were great (2 different duck dishes and one tofu).
4 based on 51 reviews
Driven by our excellent Middle East experience on Thai food, we were locking for similar in Kassel. We believe, we have found a good substitute by Thai Imbiss Isarn. They offer mainly a take away, but also have several tables for dinning. We recommend reserving a place especially during dinning hours 18:30 to 20:00 as they are mostly occupied. We visited the place now several times and always were eating there as well. We tried the entire selection of vegetarian dishes by now and were never disappointed. The dishes are all very tasty, partially spicy, but mild compared to our Middle East experience. We love the soups, Tom Yam Gung (with prawns), Tom Kha Gung and the vegetarian curry Gaeng Garee Pak. The service is excellent. Pending on the amount of orders for take away, you might have to wait up to 15 minutes till your order is prepared, however, you can watch the female chefs preparing the meals, which is entertaining and proves the authentic cooking of the meals.
4 based on 42 reviews
I am living in Kassel since one year ago and i was very disappointed with Japanesse restaurants here... until now. Wasabi is definetely my top Japanesse place from now on. The list of dishes is quite large, Uramakis are amazing. The Butterfish flambÃ© (white tiger) is amazing. Waiters very nice. Maybe a bit overpriced but definetely is worth it for the quality. I cannot wait to go again. Well done!
4 based on 28 reviews
We ( a family of two sisters, one brother and their partners) had an excellent dinner at the Vietnam Restaurant in Kassel, which was very close to our City Studio.They have an extensive menu with starters, salads, soups, pasta (nudeln), vegetarian and fish dishes. They even have a range of sushi, but we didn't sample any of those in this Vietnamese restaurant.I am terribly sorry, but I don't remember the Vietnamese names of the dishes we had. In our group there were 3 vegetarians and 3 non-vegetarians, and all of us were delighted!One of us had a delicious tofu roll (number 6 on the menu - Goi chay) and I had a delicious duck dish (number 61 on the menu - Pho kho Vit).The girl serving us was very attentive and sweet!All in all a very good experience indeed, and I would not be surprised to see Vietnam Restaurant rise in the restaurant ranking in Kassel (they are currently on an unnoticeable 58th place) at least to a top ten position.And last but not least, the quality - price ratio is just magnificent: less than 20 euro a person including drinks and desert.
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