Vietnamese Street Kitchen Moves

12th May 2021

Birmingham-based Vietnamese Street Kitchen (VSK) is to relocated Birmingham’s Brindleyplace to the Bullring.

The independent, family-run business has taken a 140-cover space opposite Selfridges.

Set within the Bullring’s St Martin’s Square dining and leisure hub, its heated outdoor terrace is now open in line with government restrictions.

The restaurant has a cocktail bar on the first floor, with dining on the ground floor showcasing the best dishes from Vietnam, including Pho, Banh Mi, rice bowls, and an array of traditional street snacks.

Oliver Ngo, general manager at VSK: “Bullring has long been a target destination for us. We’re now at a site that is big and central enough to bring our food and hospitality to Brummies on the biggest scale possible. Our food is tasty, affordable, and fresh, and authentic to both traditional and modern Vietnamese cooking.”

This news follows the announcement that Chinese hotpot specialists Haidilao will be launching their first restaurant in the UK outside London at Bullring, joining VSK in the St Martin’s Square F&B and leisure hub.