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Kiev restaurant NĂM serves up modern Vietnamese cuisine in moody surrounds

Interiors are a patchwork of cultural influences

Colonial French influences have been given a moody twist inside new Vietnamese dining spot, NĂM in Kiev.

YOD Design Lab honed the restaurant’s interiors which are a patchwork of influences. Charcoal walls are offset by French-style windows and veined marble fixtures, while wooden elements – including furniture and flooring – have been made from 100-year-old wine barrels, says the practice.

Crittall-style glass partitions offer diners a glimpse inside the kitchen, while the bar is part of a tiered seating area, characteristic of Vietnam.

NĂM’s dishes put a modern spin on Vietnamese classics such as pho, sea bass with star fruit and daikon salad, fresh noodles and sago pudding.

48 Velyka Vasylkivska Street, Kiev, Ukraine

Kiev restaurant NĂM serves up modern Vietnamese cuisine in moody surrounds
Photography: Andriy Bezuglov
Kiev restaurant NĂM serves up modern Vietnamese cuisine in moody surrounds
Photography: Andriy Bezuglov
Kiev restaurant NĂM serves up modern Vietnamese cuisine in moody surrounds
Photography: Andriy Bezuglov
Kiev restaurant NĂM serves up modern Vietnamese cuisine in moody surrounds
Photography: Andriy Bezuglov

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