Kimmade ~ Vietnamese food in Utrecht

I proudly present my second foodvlog with Lazy Penguin. This time we visited a Vietnamese restaurant in Utrecht: Kimmade. Kimmade serves delicous snacks and meals at Kimmade Streetfood. About a month ago they have opened a bigger restaurant: Kimmade Food Village. Here you can sit down, relax and eat delicious food. They also serve alcohol, which they don’t serve at Kimmade Streetfood.

Let’s go to the video and see Lazy Penguin’s experiences.

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1nBhW6yfeI&w=560&h=315]

Thank you for having an interview with us Kim Sang! We were very happy to hear the story from the owner himself. Today I will keep this post short, since Lazy Penguin already showed a lot in the video. Here are some photos.

The food

The food is refreshing, crispy, salty, little bit sour (can be more sour for me). The food has a soft taste, but strong herbs; a soothing and healthy meal.

The menu

Visit them!

Kimmade Food Village
Oudegracht aan de Werf 61, 3511AD, Utrecht
www.kimmade.nl/food-village

Monday till Sunday
Breakfast     08:00 – 12:00
Lunch           12:00 – 16:00
Dinner          17:00 – 22:00

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3 Responses so far.

  1. […] a beautiful sunny Sunday Lazy Penguin and I went to Kimmade for that delicious banh mi. Chef Kimsang surprised us with a new dessert: Chè bắp. Chef is […]

  2. […] had a delicious coconut dessert at Kimmade. I just love the gooey tapioca balls (I think it’s tapioca balls?) and coconut […]

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