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I have never been to Vietnam. I keep promising myself I'll go there one day and overdose on street food. Until then, right here in Berlin, I get to say almost every day, let me just go to Vietnam - and I'll be back in a minute. What we affectionately call "Vietnam" is right across the street. They know no one should ever run out of certain survival basics: And that's not the only way to go to Vietnam in Berlin. While I'm waiting for the day I'll get my teeth on a grilled ray fish on a beach in Long Hai, there are more Vietnamese restaurants here than I could possibly visit.
Yet when I landed in Berlin over seven years ago, it was still quite unusual to find the Vietnamese classics in Asian restaurants. Even in places run by Vietnamese families, simple Pho soups were not included on the menu. Instead, you would get Thai-influenced variations of dishes swimming in red or green curry.
When the Berlin institution Monsieur Vuong came along with Vietnamese cuisine, all of sudden the meals thousands of German-Vietnamese families had quietly been eating at home became hip, and the subtle play on fresh herbs was made available to the public.
Restaurants opened up everywhere. You don't need to try them all. Pick one as your favorite, and become a regular. According to the German Federal Foreign Office, about , people living in the country are either Vietnamese or have Vietnamese roots, and an estimated 20, of them live in Berlin.