A Look Inside Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen

Images & Text by Joey Stewart

This week we trekked down to Lower Greenville for a visit to one of the hottest spots in Dallas as they celebrate the Lunar New Year, as well as its 6-month anniversary.

Ngon, meaning “delicious”, features a wide variety of Vietnamese dishes in a festive and bright setting. The space includes a twelve-seat bar, a spacious dining room, and a patio for those who wish to dine outdoors during this time. Enjoy the peek, then head down to eat.

Saigon Special Bahn Mi – Cognac foie gras pate, buttered mayo, jalapeños, picked veggies, cucumber, cilantro, ham, chicken & grilled pork

Imperial Rolls – Flash fried with shrimp, krab, cream cheese & fish sauce

Twelve-seat bar serves over a dozen specialty cocktails and martinis

Salmon Ceviche – Salmon, tobiko, avocado, ponzu, cilantro, scallion, sesame seeds & avocado oil

Bun Thang – Traditional dish originating from Hanoi. Vermicelli noodles in chicken broth with dried shrimp floss, shredded chicken, Vietnamese ham, thinly fried egg, pickled daikon, shiitake mushrooms, and Chinese sausage, garnished with a lime/lemon wedge, green onions, Vietnamese coriander, fried shallots, red chili peppers and fermented shrimp paste. Served February 12-19 as the Lunar New Year special.

Patio on Greenville Avenue

Spring Rolls – wrapped in rice paper with spring mix, crunchy roll and served with hoisin-peanut sauce or fish sauce

Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen celebrates Lunar New Year, the Year of the Ox, the same week as its 6-month anniversary. The week-long Lunar New Year celebrations kick off on Friday, February 12 and go through Friday, February 19, 2021. A special noodle dish, red and gold envelopes with Ngon gift cards given away during the week, and a lion dance performance will entertain diners on Saturday, February 13, from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

1907 Greenville Avenue, Dallas 75206 | 469-250-7183

2 Comments

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2 responses to “A Look Inside Ngon Vietnamese Kitchen

  1. Michelle

    Do you use MSG in your foods ands sauces?

  2. Michelle you would need to contact the restaurant.

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