For the longest time Kanntrasse in Charlottenburg has been known as Berlin’s little “China town”. At least when it comes to food options. We have personally had great mealsin this area since we moved to Berlin and have enjoyed watching its food scene florish. We are happy to report that MADAME NGO VIETNAMESE CUISINE is a new and delicious addition to the mix.
MADAME NGO VIETNAMESE CUISINE is a breath of fresh air in the traditional Vietnamese Berlin food scene. Walk along Kannstrasse just off Savigny Platz and stop when you see the giant “PHO” sign and 3 giant Pho pots through the glass window. Very inviting!
The menu travels between France (appetizers) and Vietnam (Mains, Small plates, Pho, Specials and Bahn Mi). It all looks very appetizing but we have to confess we always go for the Pho options. The Phở bò tái and the Phở bò Madame Ngo are our favorites. The rich and fragant broth itself is worth the trip here. Do not be shy. If you’d like more herbs on your Pho…ask for it!
The crowd is casual and diverse (well…it’s Berlin, so that just abot describes 90% of all places). If anything, folks seem to be a little bit more put-together here than your average Pho joint. Service is good and efficient.
It may be tricky to get a place if you are being spontaneous, so try calling for a reservation if you want to be safe.
Take a stroll around Savignyplatz and stop by one of our favorite bookstores in Berlin: Bücherbogen am Savignyplatz. This beautiful bookstore is located below the train tracks and has an amazing book selection.
Address: Kantstr. 30, 10623 Berlin