Vietnamese Food at Danilovsky Market

Vietnamese Food Danilovsky marketVietnamese Food Danilovsky market

I really like the Danilovsky market for its high quality, fresh produce, but there is another reason to love this market – Vietnamese food!

All around the outside edges of the Danilovsky market you will find a lot of food vendors selling a different ethnic foods. They are all selling quality food, but the most popular by far is a small Vietnamese noodle stand. It almost always has a line of people 20 deep, but the wait is definitely worth it!

Now I am not 100% sure of the name for this stall, but you can’t miss it – the line is like a sign post. The menu is all in Vietnamese and I am not sure about the English language skills of the servers. However, you can easily order a Pho Bo, or just point to some of the fresh spring rolls that are on offer.

The food is all very tasty. I have been to Vietnam before and I think the noodles and spring rolls from this vendor are as good as anything I have tried in Vietnam. In my opinion, the Pho noodle soup is by far the best deal. For just 350RUB you will get a big steaming bowl of noodles with plenty of beef and a generous heaping of bean sprouts, aromatic herbs as well as sauces to add to your broth.

Vietnamese food Danilovsky market

This generous meal for two comes in at around 1000RUB!

As far as Vietnamese food goes, I would have to say this is the best I have had in Moscow and is definitely a a step above what is offered by the popular (and convenient) Viet Cafe. These noodles are worth a special trip and a wait in a long line.

While you are at the market, don’t forget to have a browse around at the fresh produce on offer!

Here is the location of the market in Google Maps.

 

 

Vietnamese Food at Danilovsky Market
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Jason Berkeley

Jason Berkeley

Jason is a history teacher and freelance writer, currently living in Moscow.
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1 Comment on "Vietnamese Food at Danilovsky Market"

  1. Went here on the recent weekend, it was so busy I could not get any food, the queue was huge. That makes me want to come back at a much quieter time to taste this food.

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