Bring your friends to After Work at Springrolls!
Springrolls has quit lunch serving, but instead we introduce After Work for you to enjoy together with your colleagues or friends! Perfect for unwinding after a hectic working day!
We have After Work on weekdays (Monday-Friday) 16-18, so at that time you can expect many appealing offers!
Reserve a table on our website or via The Fork
What is vietnamese food?
In Vietnam you prefer flavour before heat, and on a visit to the country lemongrass, ginger, mint, thai basil and star anise are flavours that you will learn to recognise. Just like every country the food is influenced by geography and history, and Vietnam can roughly be divided into the North and the South kitchen. In the north, the food is strongly influenced by China and they use black pepper rather than chili to round out the food. In the south they use curry and exotic fruits in the cooking too. Typical for the vietnamese kitchen is Nuocmam, a fish sauce that has the same usage as soy in dishes. It is also a great dip sauce. A lot is recognised from the thai kitchen, especially herbs, lemon grass and lime, but in comparison with the thai kitchen the Vietnamese flavour combination is sweeter and less spicy.