Vietnamese restaurant located in Koptevsky Vietnamese market
Vegetable Bo Nuong — 220 rub.
Slat Bich Cau — 120 rub.
Muc Tam Bot Chua Ngot — 250 rub.
Vit Kulai La Chanh — 1,000 rub.
Pork Cha La Lot — 200 rub.
Sea Nem — 270 rub.
Cua Bai Rang Me/Muoi — 899 rub.
Business lunch — 90 rub.
This restaurant is rather difficult to find. The reference point is a multistoried dormitory on Koptevskaya Street. Behind the dormitory there is a yellow sign ‘Bich Cau’, after which you have to go up to the market gates. If the gates are closed, call the bell and guards will let you in. Then go several steps by the stalls until you see a two-storeyed green house. It is ‘Bich Cau’, a two-level restaurant-café with a patio, main and VIP halls.
On the second floor, you they sing karaoke and on the main floor they eat. Watching Vietnamese channels or other sports channels is optional.
The restaurant’s chef and staff are all Vietnamese people whose Russian is very poor. However, it does not affect quality of service in any way.
At this restaurant, apart from tasting snake meat, you will be offered to take a master class in cooking snakes, including venomous ones, considering that they are especially tasty.
Corporate parties, children’s holidays, birthday parties and wedding parties a la ancient Vietnam are welcomed.
The restaurant features a karaoke, billiards, children’s room, live music in the evenings, DJs and shows. Free guarded parking lot and delivery service are available.
Confectionery by the founder of Correa’s serving dishes made according to American family recipes
While the country is crazy about imperialist fast food…