Nuage: Vietnamese fine-dining besides tranquility lake
Updated: 2012-06-07 19:49
Nuage located in Beijing’s historic Shichahai area north of the Forbidden City, which features a well established Vietnamese restaurant. Nuage means “Cloud” in French, such a romantic name, which served classic Vietnamese cuisine besides beautiful and clam lake view.
The head chef of Nuage is original Vietnamese, who represents a delectable culinary masterpiece for the discerning diner, where taste mingles with the subtle complexities of a variety of Vietnamese signature ingredients, and is made complete by spectacular presentation. Most seasonings, sauces and herbs are imported from Vietnam that ensures Nuage inspired by high standard Vietnamese cuisine.
Nuage Signature Cuisine：
Fresh Mint Shrimp Roll
Spring roll is a central Vietnamese dish consisting of tiny round rice flour pancakes, each topped with shrimp, rice vermicelli, fresh mint leaves，garlic chives and other ingredients, eaten with Vietnamese Hoisin dipping sauce and peanut.