THE SAIGON KITCHEN STORY
Homecooked Vietnamese Food
A little about me - Trung, chef & owner - I started cooking when I was 5 or 6. I was born after the Vietnamese war in a very small town by the sea in the North of Vietnam, called Bai Tu Long Bay.
My roots in Vietnamese food run deep. I did touch the food at a very early age always guided by mum. She taught me other skills too like how to use a knife, work an open fire, along with ways to identify and pick out the best ingredients and how to combine them to make well-balanced dishes.
Vietnamese food is all about balance. It’s simple but so fresh, as we use a lot of different varieties of fresh herbs. They are not just for garnish but play a major part in Vietnamese food. Dishes are aromatic, with layers of flavour, the amount of spice controlled to individual taste with the use of chilli and dipping fish sauce.
I've purposefully picked some of my favourite dishes from different parts of Vietnam, I hope you like them too!
The real taste of Vietnam - Homecooked Vietnamese cuisine
You can see our sample menu here. Taste your way through our delicious and handcrafted menu, carefully curated with your taste buds in mind. We know that you’ll find yourself on an exciting culinary journey at The Saigon Kitchen, and we invite you to come back for more.
We're now doing takeaway Friday & Saturday from 18:00 to-19:00. Pick up only and pre-order by 3pm with our Bristol friends at
NỘM SU HÀO
Tuesday to Thursday 18.00 - 23.00 (kitchen closes at 9.30pm)
Friday & Saturday 12.00 - 23.00 (kitchen closes at 9.30pm)
Sunday 12.00 – 15.00 serving only Pho Bo & Fried Hanoi spring roll with pork