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Madame Ngo

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Kantstr. 30, Berlin
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Vietnamese food, and pho specifically, isn’t hard to find in Berlin, which might have something to do with winter temperatures that hover around “can I buy a coat to wear over my coat?” levels. Madame Ngo’s is our favorite place for it. Their broth is made from high-quality meat and simmers in giant vats that are more tempting to climb into than a jacuzzi on a cold day. There’s also a large menu of other Vietnamese-French dishes like pork and crab spring rolls and tartare de boeuf. Madame Ngo is a good choice whether you’ve only got time for a quick bar-stool lunch or want to relax for a longer sit-down dinner.

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