Viet Grill
Cuisine: South East Asian
Price:    pound pound_grey pound_grey
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Verdict based on 2 critic, 3 blogger and 2 user reviews and awards
Restaurant Profile »

Address: 58 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7739 6686

Viet Grill on Kingsland Road in Shoreditch combines Vietnamese street food with traditional Vietnamese cuisine…

Latest reviews of Viet Grill

Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

14 February 2011

Next came a lotus stem salad, a super-fresh, technicolour assembly which as well as the clean-tasting crunchy stems consisted of shredded pork, shrimps, Vietnamese basil, peanuts and lime zest. (T)he dressing was (…) incredible; (…) its brightness made me gasp for joy with the first mouthful…

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Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

6 April 2010

I didn’t know what to make of the Saigon pork belly dish when it first arrived – it looked challenging to say the least, the huge cubes of fat wobbling provocatively in the caramelised coconut sauce. But on tasting, all was forgiven…

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Gourmet Chick

Cara Waters, Gourmet Chick

27 February 2009

The roast duck is a feast in itself with the rich and fatty meat of the duck giving off a come hither glisten as it laid across a platter of wok seared bok choy. A huge plate of grilled eggplant is so tender that it drips through your chopstick as you try to scoop it up…

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RichardVines

Richard Vines, Bloomberg

7 December 2007

Other options include Bo Tung Xeo, a marinated roast-beef dish whose name refers to a method of torture that involved stripping off flesh. The marinade tasted of soy sauce and a dash of sesame sauce and the flavor was rich and deep…

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What the Critics say

RichardVines

Richard Vines, Bloomberg

7 December 2007

Other options include Bo Tung Xeo, a marinated roast-beef dish whose name refers to a method of torture that involved stripping off flesh. The marinade tasted of soy sauce and a dash of sesame sauce and the flavor was rich and deep…

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John_Walsh

John Walsh, The Independent

23 September 2006

Viet Grill – a restaurant that experiments with a wild variety of dishes, introduces you to some unearthly flavours, fills you up for days and charms the pants off you…

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What the Bloggers say

Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

14 February 2011

Next came a lotus stem salad, a super-fresh, technicolour assembly which as well as the clean-tasting crunchy stems consisted of shredded pork, shrimps, Vietnamese basil, peanuts and lime zest. (T)he dressing was (…) incredible; (…) its brightness made me gasp for joy with the first mouthful…

Read full review »
Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

6 April 2010

I didn’t know what to make of the Saigon pork belly dish when it first arrived – it looked challenging to say the least, the huge cubes of fat wobbling provocatively in the caramelised coconut sauce. But on tasting, all was forgiven…

Read full review »
Gourmet Chick

Cara Waters, Gourmet Chick

27 February 2009

The roast duck is a feast in itself with the rich and fatty meat of the duck giving off a come hither glisten as it laid across a platter of wok seared bok choy. A huge plate of grilled eggplant is so tender that it drips through your chopstick as you try to scoop it up…

Read full review »