Glasgow’s Six By Nico restaurant announces new tasting menu in Hanoi

One of Glasgow’s favorite restaurants promises to take diners on a culinary tour of Vietnam’s capital with their latest theme.

Returning with their signature six-course format, Six By Nico will serve a Hanoi tasting menu at its two West End and Southside locations from July 18.

Inspired by the vibrant street food and nightlife culture of the French colonial city, Six by Nico has teamed up with local Viatnemese designers to curate a truly authentic experience.

Pictured: dish three from the Hanoi menu

Kicking off is a Bún Riêu dish made with Vietnamese shellfish mousse, avocado, grapefruit, crispy noodles and wild rice.

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Another menu highlight includes a delicious Tamarind Glazed Chicken Gỏi Xoài, Sweet Potato Hash with Crispy Leg Salad and Burnt Mango.

Glasgow Times: Pictured: dish 5 from the Hanoi menuPictured: dish 5 from the Hanoi menu

Ending the meal on a sweet note is a dessert from Bánh Trôi with Palm Sugar Delice, Kumquat, Lime & Ginger Mousse.

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Glasgow Times: Pictured: Dish 6 from the Hanoi menuPictured: dish 6 from the Hanoi menu

Six by Nico Head of Creative Development, Chef Andy Temple said, “We knew exploring Hanoi as a menu would be a creative challenge for the development team when we first thought of it.

“It’s hard to find locally sourced ingredients, so speaking with local restaurants in the UK really helped us choose the final dishes on the menu. We are extremely grateful to the guys in Hanoi for their time and knowledge alongside our creative team.

“I hope our guests enjoy this truly amazing menu and that we can transport them to this wonderful city.”

As always, a wine pairing and a vegetarian option are available.

For more information or to book now click here.

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