Madame Phu Man Chu: The Funkiest Vietnamese Restaurant In Town

  • by XpatAthens
  • Tuesday, 26 February 2019
Madame Phu Man Chu: The Funkiest Vietnamese Restaurant In Town
Madame Phu Man Chu is an exciting new entry to the Athenian gastronomy and nightlife scene. The brain child of a peculiar trio, a Vietnamese chef, a French architect and a Greek musician/entrepreneur, Madame Phu Man Chu is the funkiest tiny Vietnamese restaurant in town.
The space is small but nicely decorated in an oriental mix and match style; there’s silk lanterns, an Asian paper dragon on the ceiling, and a porcelain bust of Ho Chi Minh by the entrance.
At Madame Phu Man Chu expect to become part of the action, there are no tables and the bar stools face the kitchen giving customers full sight of the food preparation! The menu is small and the dishes are meant to be shared, sort of like an Asian ‘tapas’ restaurant. The introductory tasting menu costs €25 – we were 3 people and were more than happy to share 2 tasting menus between us. We tasted crispy spring rolls, succulent beef skewers, delicious fried tofu, Vietnamese style mussels, and fish; everything was well prepared and very yummy!
The service at Madame Phu Man Chu is warm, friendly and welcoming, making it the sort of place you’d like to pop in after work for quick drink and a little bite. Essentially, it’s a great addition to the re-vitalizing of the Athenian night scene.

Address: Skouleniou 4 & Praxitelous, Athens
Telephone: 210 3231366

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