Vietnamese restaurant Mr. Vu in Madrid
In Madrid there are good options to go to try Vietnamese food. There are not as many places as I would like, but the ones I've visited are really worth it.
One of these delicious Vietnamese is the restaurant Mr. Vu, which is located north of the city, in the district of Tetuan , to leave a bit of the "downtown" circuit in the city.
At Mr. Vu you can enjoy a variety of Vietnamese dishes carefully made, with a quality that is more than good and at a fairly good price. p>
But also, in Mr Vu your head chef also prepares sushi, so in the menu you can find a variety of rolls, makis and nigiris offers for those who prefer it.
The physical area of the restaurant has large windows and a medium-sized room so I would recommend booking a table, especially on Friday and Saturday to avoid waiting.
Now let's talk about what interests us most .
What to eat at Mr. Vu
Although as I said earlier, in this restaurant there is a letter from your hi, the specialty is Vietnamese food. Therefore, what I recommend most is that you go for these dishes.
Gỏi cuốn: spring rolls made with rice paper stuffed with prawns, fresh vegetables and noodles rice. They are dipped in a delicious slightly sweet and sour sauce.
Banh xeo: Vietnamese crepe wrapped in lettuce with meat, bean sprouts and scallions accompanied by Vietnamese sauce, the same as the Gỏi cuốn.
I also recommend, and this is delicious, the rice noodles with Vietnamese fried rice rolls, Meat fillings. Look at the picture to get an idea.
These noodles include fresh vegetables and fish sauce.
Then, in the letter you have many other exquisite options, including the famous Pho soup, which you can eat even on hot days without any problem. p>
To complete the menu, you have salads, some rice dishes and noodles and, of course, Vietnamese desserts.
Likewise, it's a good place to try sushi, in fact, they're pretty good. In addition to the traditional makis, there are some that are the chef's creation, and boy are they good.
If you want to eat sushi try the dragon roll, made with fresh salmon and mango.
You can also try the sushi roll of foie, prepared with a sauce of red wine.
Of course, there are more options of sushi, which include makis, rolls, sashimis and nigiris. You can tell the waiter to recommend you.
The Mr. Vu restaurant is on Capitán Blanco Argibay 21 street, near the Valdeacederas metro station (Line 1), near Plaza de Castilla.
It is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. and from 8:00 p.m.-. 00:00 p.m. On Sundays they open only for lunch, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mondays rest.
You can visit the website and check the letter here.