Monsieur Vuong / Berlin

Alte Schönhauser Str. 46 Berlin 10119
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 00:00
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Tips from the Net @ Monsieur Vuong
tal ilovich en
Great service, excellent food. would recommend anyone who likes Vietnamese food to visit them while in town.. GooglePlace - March 2017
Nicole Hon en
My friend told me this was the best pho in Berlin. But Vietnam restaurant with Chinese decorations?! Maybe for somebody who's not Asian, they are the same. Pho was really so so. And I really don't understand their way of cooking the spring rolls. It made me remember Tempura. And the drink called "crazy dragon " was definitely not crazy, I even couldn't find the alcohol. GooglePlace - March 2017
Мария Пышна en
I used to love it here, it was my go to place. But lately I had much worse experience: in the evenings waiters try to pack you in like sardines. You are asked to squeeze to the wall even more, although there is still plenty of space. Or you are sitting and being pushed by people walking by all evening, hit with someone's coat, etc. The staff stopped being welcoming or caring about the customers needs. And the vegetarian options are very small. GooglePlace - February 2017
Lekso Kanchaveli en
Went here on recommendation of a Berliner. Wasn't what I was expecting. If you like pho this is the place. Big bowls full of fresh vegetables with a variety of meats (chicken, beef or dim sum). Quite filling and very busy. Not expensive. Our bill was 31 euro for two pho GooglePlace - February 2017
Darren Graham en
This very popular restaurant in Mitte is definitely worth the outside queue. We had a 15 minute wait after arriving at 7pm on a Friday before being shown to our seat. Those in larger parties may have to wait longer. The choice on the regular menu is limited but is supplemented by some stunning options on the specials board - which is from where we chose. The duck with noodles in a red curry and coconut broth was outstanding and will live long in the memory. The banana, coconut and sesame seed dessert was interesting. It came loosely wrapped in banana leaf and had a strange translucent appearance. I decided (eventually) that it was delicious but I don't expect its texture will be to everyone's taste. Three courses for two people including two beers, two wines and two coffees was €57. Incredible value for money! This was one of my finest Asian cuisine experiences and judging by its popularity, many people feel the same. Word of warning to parents with young boys: the art in the urinals and toilet is, let's say, adult themed. See example picture. GooglePlace - November 2016