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Dinner Drinks & Mingling - *Voilà Vietnam!*

Hosted by the Consul of the Barcelona DinnerNations Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 08 Feb 20:30 - Sat 09 Feb 00:30

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To continue our alphabetical “Voyage du monde” let’s make our V dinner an afterwork Vendredi/Viernes celebration of Vietnam! Emerging as an independent republic after years of French colonialism and conflict, nowadays Vietnam conjures up images of a tropical paradise with sun-kissed beaches, colourful culture and of course, mouth-wateringly delicious food!
Considered one of the healthiest cuisines in the world, Vietnamese cooking uses minimal oil and plenty of fresh vegetables and herbs, combining oriental flavours like lemongrass, ginger, mint, coriander, basil and lime with a touch of French influence, YUM! ! On this occasion we will enjoy a delicious selection of typical Vietnamese dishes specially prepared by our guest cooks from Sen Viet, an authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Barcelona’s Eixample.Protected content
Nem rán – Crispy Spring Rolls - veggies & glass noodles / mushroom & meat.
Gỏi cuốn sống – Rice paper rolls filled with noodles, shrimp, salad and herbs.
Phở – Traditional rice noodle soup with beef and condiments.

Gà xả ớt – Chicken with lemongrass
Rau xào – Stir-fried seasonal vegetables with ginger and fresh herbs
Thịt xiên nướng – Grilled spiced pork skewers with special sauce.
Gỏi xoài – Mango salad with peanuts and fresh coconut
Jasmine sticky rice

DESSERT: Chè ngô – Sweet corn pudding with coconut milk

DRINKS: Welcome cocktail, open bar of wines, beer, cava and non-alcoholic.

DRESS CODE: Informal elegance... with a Vietnamese touch (optional ;)

RSVP: To help me prepare for accurate numbers please email me ASAP to confirm your attendance:Protected content
Based on the number of email confirmations I will decide the final numbers for catering 24 HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT.

PAYMENT: in cash on arrival at the event, thanks!

PLEASE NOTE: The event is specially prepared and catered in a private space, not a restaurant. The food is plentiful but informal, it is not a sit-down plated dinner, more like a private party which facilitates mingling