Details
Date:

January 24

Time:

06:00 pm - 09:00 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supper-club-one-night-in-vegan-vietnam-tickets-86701523591
Organizer

Miranda Café

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/miranda-cafe-25503123901
Venue

Miranda Café

28 Broadway Parade, London, N8 9DB

London, England, GB, N8 9DB

MIRANDA’S VEGAN SUPPER CLUB: ONE NIGHT IN VEGAN VIETNAM

🇻🇳 One Night in Vegan Vietnam 🇻🇳

On Friday, 24 of January, we’ll have another vegan night with 4 Vegan Vietnamese dishes starting at 18:00 to 21:00.

There will also be vegan cocktails, beers and wine available🥂🍹🍸.

🕰Event Timing: Doors open at 18:00 for you to enjoy drinks and make new friends, but feel free to come at any time as the table is reserved for you only and we’ll serve your dishes at your pace. Please note, the premise closes at 21:00, so in order to enjoy your evening fully, we suggest arriving between 18:00 and 19:00

THE MENU FOR THE EVENING

Cha Gio Chay Tau Hu – Tofu and vegetable spring rolls

I’ve used deep fried tofu, mushrooms and mung beans. The mung beans not only provide a tastier alternative for the meat but also act as a glue.

Served with homemade chilli soya sauce.

Banh Xeo – vietnamese Pancakes

National street food favourite! In Vietnam, the streets are filled with pancake stands with tantalising sounds and vibrant colours.

This is one of those dishes where it varies region to region.

It is eaten by making a roll using lettuce leaves with plenty of fresh herbs and dipped in sauce.

Bun Bo Hue – spicy noodle soup

A personal favourite during my visit to Vietnam, this dish is bursting with aromatic depth and has enough fire to scare dragons. A signature dish from Hue, representing the spicy flavour characteristic of the region.

Traditionally, the noodles would be accompanied with cubes of pork belly and Hue-style pork patties. However, this recipe does not include them but instead replaced with glazed tofu and mushroom.

Layers fruit jelly cake

As the name suggests, this dish is best served chilled for the full flavour of the fruits used in it.

The jelly is made using agar agar, which is a vegan selling agent. The layers are made using different fruit juices for flavour and the vibrant colour.

It’s a simple, yet refreshing after the hot soup.

About Miranda Vegan Vegetarian Café

We are specialise in making healthy and delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes with international influences

You can write us about this event or any query you have to: [email protected]

-The team of Miranda Café 🌿