Have read many good/excellent reviews, I and friends, some are Vietnamese to try out this place last week, no disappointment but nothing marvellous at all. Food very average, less herbs and freshness, perfect presentation but lack of flavours. Although excellent good service and quite affordable price . I thought there has been strong marketing over reviews everywhere for their food quality. Will be back again as it is far to travel to Pho mile in Shoreditch after our cinema Henry
Da Nang Kitchen
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Da Nang Kitchen serves a variety of Far East dishes that will wake up your taste buds in a delightful way. Our menu comprises many elements to bring to your table:
Vietnamese dishes fused with traditional flavours from Siam that go back many centuries.
And flavours of Vietnam, blending with fresh exotic herbs and interesting spices from afar. Visit any city in Vietnam and you will experience vibrant street food 24/7.
Where the aromatics scents from food stalls are bound to tempt you.
Sit back, be tempted!
And enjoy a taste of Vietnam right here.
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Da Nang in my view serves the freshest, most delicious and reasonably priced Vietnamese restaurant in London. The set lunch for £7.95 is outrageously good value and could easily be price at double or even treble that price at other restaurants. The salt and chilli squid starter was beautifully cooked, crispy light batter and fresh squid. My partner had summer rolls which we equally delicious. Main courses kept up the remarkable standards, Chicken Rengan tasted similar to Massaman curry but superior, while stewed pork was really succulent meat served with egg and a superb broth. Add to this some of friendliest staff anywhere and you have one of the most pleasant places to eat in London...really no exaggeration!