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Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
Vietnamese Curry Feast Feast little-viet-kitchen
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Vietnamese Curry Feast

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“The LVK signature curry has long been our most popular dish at the restaurant, thanks to its subtle spices, creamy texture and lovely chilli kick to finish,” says Little Viet Kitchen chef and owner Thuy Pham. “It’s inspired by the southern Vietnamese curries of the Mekong Delta, where the key ingredients coconut and lemongrass are found in abundance.”

Thuy’s fresh, fragrant curry is also flavoured with fish sauce, galangal, lime leaves and a host of herbs and spices. It comes with a choice of either marinated chicken or king prawns, and is accompanied by steamed jasmine rice for soaking up all the flavours.

To complete the feast, Thuy serves the curry and rice with her marinated tofu skewers and seafood spring rolls. “Vietnamese spring rolls are unique. The rice paper is thin and crispy, yet also has a delightful chewiness,” says Thuy. “My seafood and yam spring rolls are light but packed with flavour – they’re absolutely perfect for summer, and go especially well with a beer!” To make them, Thuy combines Vietnamese yam with crab, fish and prawns, then rolls in rice paper with glass noodles, mushroom and delicate spices, before lightly frying them.