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Viet Eat Restaurant Adds More Diversity To Menu With More Meat And Vermicelli Or Rice Dishes

Published on 2/22/2019
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UNITED KINGDOM, 2019 – Restaurants such as Viet Eat in London succeed for different reasons, but primarily because (a) they serve great food, and (b) their food is affordable. But Viet Eat does more than this, and this is why it remains one of the go-to places for Vietnamese food in the area: its dishes are 100% authentic, and it makes use of only the freshest and purest ingredients as well.

But Viet Eat Restaurant also remains popular for another reason: the fact that it always adds diversity to its menu with new creations and specialities. Today, Viet Eat gives diners more options, whether they dine in or ask for takeaway or delivery, with its newest selection of vermicelli/rice and meat combinations.

While diners have always loved Thit Lon Nuong Mat Ong, or BBQ honey pork with rice or vermicelli served with herbs and lettuce salad, customers can now go for Com Rang Dac Biet as well, which is Vietnamese special fried rice with Vietnamese ham, salami, and prawns. Another option is Com Rang La Oliu, an olive fried rice dish with preserved olive leaves, peppers, and egg yolk. Meanwhile, there is also Bun Sa Nam Bo, a vermicelli bowl served with lettuce salad, herbs, and stir-fried lemongrass (which customers can choose with either rib eye steak, tiger prawn, or crispy tofu), and Pho Chang, which is stir-fried Pho noodles served with Chinese mustard greens and rib eye steak or tofu and mushroom or seafood. 

For those who want something lighter, Viet Eat has a selection of Banh Mi sandwiches as well, including the classic Banh Mi Pate Thit Nhuoi (liver pate and roast pork) and Banh Mi Bo Sot Vang (red wine stewed beef). All Banh Mi sandwiches are also served with pickles, special sauces, fresh herbs, and seasoning. Customers can simply walk into the restaurant to dine or book a table online; alternatively, they can go for takeaway or use Viet Eat’s delivery services.

About the company: Viet Eat is one of the best-kept secrets of the London restaurant scene, but its reputation remains as solid as ever with real Vietnamese food aficionados. It offers everything from Banh Mi to different kinds of Pho as well as vermicelli or rice and meat combos, and more. To get to know the menu and learn more about Viet Eat, visit Vieteat.co.uk.

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