Pang is the brainchild of Barry Wallace, who after opening several restaurants in Belgium and London has partnered with chef turned entrepreneur Colm O’Brien to bring his latest concept to his home town.
Pang packs a punch full of Barry’s creative and kooky flair – with the added bonus of food as tasty as it looks.
There are fresh rice paper rolls, steaming hot Pho and home baked Bánh mì sandwiches
Reinventing the traditional Vietnamese rice paper roll, Pang delivers a menu that is packed with punchy flavours, quirky ingredient combos and sassy sauces.
A fresh, tasty and speedy lunch option (ideal for us increasingly impatient millennials), the six varieties of rice paper rolls (€4) are all made fresh daily with gluten-free vermicelli rice noodles and mixed leaves.
A Tiny But Mighty Restaurant On Kevin Street Brings Some Sydney Cool To Dublin City