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Looking for something different to eat? Check out great Vietnamese food in Buenos Aires!

Buenos Aires is a city that is not short of incredible dining options: Argentine, Columbian, Brazilian, Peruvian, North American, French, Spanish, Greek, Japanese, Chinese, and the list goes on.  For Vietnamese food, head to Palermo Hollywood for an experience at the Green Bamboo.

The Green Bamboo, first off, hits a home run in atmosphere alone. Dark red lighting, a red and black bar, south eastern Asia decorations, floor and table seating, and an overall Asian infusion atmosphere, make this restaurant visually stimulating and pleasing.  Next, it makes no mistakes in the drinks and food offered.

With a long drink menu, Green Bamboo offers its clients a mixture of classic and specialized cocktails that include using plenty of fresh exotic fruits, sake, a wide range of liqueurs, and a blender.  Safe to say, they may have the best cocktails in the city.

The menu follows behind the cocktails with the same perfection, a few examples:

Appetizers
MUC HIEM BO
Deep fried squid marinated in curry, ginger and mild chili, chili hot spicy and lime sauce.
CHAO TOM
Chicken sugar cane brochette with lime and salt sauce.

Main Dishes
BUN CHA
Grilled bittersweet pork balls, with cucumber and peanut spicy salad, sautéd rice noodles, coriander leaves, chili, peanut, and fresh lemongrass.
BO LUC LAC
Tenderloin cubes marinated in lemongrass, black pepper, honey, sweet chili and sesame oil, and grilled vegetables with soy and honey dressing.
MIÊN HÀI SÀN
Sauted udon noodles with prawns, squids, clams and mussels, tomato, chili, lime and spring onion.
XÀO CÀ TÍM
Sauted eggplant, with tofu, champignons, mushrooms, shiitake, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, onion and chestnuts, rice biscuits, iced pickle, fresh leaves, spinach and broccoli

Green Bamboo is one of a kind in Vietnamese food in Buenos Aires and a must visit for a great night out.

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