Ryong is a centrally-located new Vietnamese / Japanese restaurant serving bao burgers, noodle dishes and wraps.
Address: Torstr. 59, 10119 Berlin
Transport: U2 Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz; U8 Rosenthaler Platz
- Opening Hours:Mon-Sun: 12 – 11pm
Menu: vegetarian, vegan; Online Menu
Serves: noodle dishes, burgers, wraps, drinks | Menu
Prices: €€€ (Burger incl. side: from 8,50€)
Free Wi-Fi: n/a
Info: can be busy during lunch hours; reservation recommended
Having just opened this year, Ryong is a new Asian restaurant on Torstraße in Mitte combining Vietnamese and Japanese cuisine. It offers different kinds of bao burgers – steamed buns made from riceflour – as well as noodle dishes, wraps and desserts.
The restaurant’s interior is decorated with beautiful wooden wall panels and stylish light bulbs. The dark ambience and chilled music make it a great place for a romantic dinner or a small group lunch.
Burgers are prepared in different fashions, the most recognizable probably the “Golden Burger”, a steamed bao bun fried with turmeric, giving it a yellow-golden crust. Burger patties are either eggplant or tofu and come with edamame or goba root tempura chips.
Pretty much everything here can be prepared vegan, however, at times, they run out of vegan noodles (so better hurry :). They even offer a vegan mayonnaise.
For vegetarians there are dishes with organic eggs or cheese.
There is enough room for about 40 people inside and 16 people outside. Reservations are recommended for lunch and dinner, especially for groups.
They offer a very affordable business lunch from Monday to Friday consisting of an appetizer and a burger, wrap or noodle dish.
We recommend the “Sweet Babe” appetizer (sweet potato in a turmeric tempura crust with garlic mayonnaise) and the “Golden Burger” served with edamame.
We visited Ryong in May 2017.
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10119 Berlin / Mitte
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