BUDDHIST VIBE

‘Aummee’ means ‘unhurried’ in the Sanscrit language, and the owner of the Aummee vegetarian restaurant in Hanoi not only wishes to serve high quality food to diners but also to promote feelings of being ‘unhurried’, ‘self-confident’, and ‘being yourself’ when they visit.

on April 19,2017 02:11 PM

BUDDHIST VIBE

The charming restaurant stands out from other buildings on Chau Long Street thanks to its unique architecture, with yellow walls, dark brown windows, and a side lobby made from laterite. Its interior décor and ambience also simulate the Buddhist spirit.

Its extensive menu features around 60 vegetarian dishes, all of which are prepared from ingredients with trusted origin. ‘Different from other vegetarian restaurants in town, Aummee doesn’t serve “pretend real food” like “roasted chicken” or “sautéed beef”; it honours the dishes as they are,’ according to its head chef. The names of the dishes at the restaurant are quite simple, such as Fried rice with mushrooms, Tofu soup, and Porridge with mushrooms, and are at quite reasonable prices, from VND59,000 to VND129,000 each.

Aummee also serves a variety of healthy drinks such as soy milk, black sesame milk, unpolished rice tea, and lemongrass or ginger tea, as well as seasonal fresh fruit juice, at around VND30,000 to VND50,000 a glass.

Aummee Vegetarian Restaurant

26 Chau Long St., Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi

Tel: (04) 3716 9696

www.aummee.com

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