Do you fancy Vietnamese Street food today? – Try this innovative dinner concept from Panic Supper Stockholm

 

Nowadays, our daily life is full of things that we need to take care of and when is time to decide what are we gonna have for dinner we are so tired that we end up eating something that is not so good and not so healthy.

Panic Supper is an innovative dinner concept that will take the stress away and your dinner will turn out into a delicious and tasty experience.

How do we know it? Well, because yesterday was one of those days when we didn’t have any idea what to eat for lunch. We didn’t want to cook much and didn’t want to eat out either, but we wanted something good.

 

 

An inspiring place…

We remembered this small and nice local located at Hornsberg strand in Kungsholmen. As you can see in the pictures, it is a very colorful place full of paper bags, an open kitchen and just a couple of tables.

 

Panic Supper
Panic Supper

 

We didn’t know what it was and since it was closed that day, we couldn’t go inside and ask what was it about. Was it a restaurant, a mini market, a coffee place? And what was it with all the hanging bags?

 

Panic Supper
Panic Supper

 

Anyway, getting back to today’s story… we were looking for restaurants in Stockholm and ended up at the Panic Supper website and decided to try it.

 

 

Minna Tran, the person behind Panic Supper

Minna is the daughter of two Vietnamese restaurant entrepreneurs who grew up between delicious flavours and authentic Vietnamese food.

 

“In Vietnam, the street is where the action is. Street kitchens are not just about eating – they’re a vital place for meeting up with family and friends and enjoying food together. Sharing is caring!” – Panic Supper

 

Panic Supper Kitchen
Panic Supper Kitchen

 

She realized that people would love to prepare this kind of food too but they simply didn’t have time or were so stressed to do it. So, she came up with the idea of helping others with the time-consuming stuff, so you just need to follow some quick and easy steps to have the dinner ready.

 

“The mission: to introduce genuine Vietnamese street food into people’s homes and hearts – in a simple, healthy and affordable way.” – Panic Supper

 

 

So, how  it works…

The concept is very simple. Panic Supper prepares the boring stuff like marinating the meat and cooking the broth and you finish the preparation following some simple steps.

 

Panic Supper Instructions
Panic Supper Instructions

 

You choose something from the menu, pick up your order, follow the instructions and enjoy a healthy meal with friends and family.

The price depends on how many portions do you want to have. You can choose meals for 2 (229 ask), 4 (399 ask) or 6 persons (599 seek). Snacks and drinks from 15 sek to 99 sek.

You decide if you want to pick your bag at the “Pick-up point” or you can order via Foodora to get it delivered to your home or office.

 

 

Back at home…

When we opened the bag, it was full of nice packages, all of them marked with beautiful labels. There was also nutritional information, recipe instructions and place mats.

 

Panic Supper Bag
Panic Supper Bag

 

The total cooking time will depend on the main ingredient is, so for meat will take about 60 min while for the tofu will take only 20 min.

It was very easy to prepare. We put the meat in the oven, cooked the rice, cut the vegetables and after the meat was ready, we just put everything on the plates.

If you are unsure about something, they have videos with the instructions that you can watch in their website. Very useful! Watch the videos here.

We tried the Vietnamese Rice Bowl with Roasted Red Pork and it was DELICIOUS!!!! We didn’t think it would be that good! The mix of fresh herbs, marinated pork and the Don’t Panic Sauce was excellent. This is the final dish:

 

Vietnamese rice bowl
Vietnamese rice bowl

 

Panic Supper will be from now on one of our first options for a week night dinner or a weekend lunch. What do you think? Would you give it a try?

If you try Panic Supper, we’d love to hear from you!

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6 Comments

  1. Rebecca
    September 27, 2016
    Reply

    I have always thought it would be fun to try out Vietnamese street food! That looks so delicious!!

    • J&J
      September 27, 2016

      You should definitely try it! Thx for your comment!

  2. September 27, 2016
    Reply

    Men vilken cool idé, och i lilla Sverige också! 🙂 What was the paperbags for? Decorations or take out? The dish looks yummy and anything easy to prepare on a midweek evening is always a hit! Thanks for the tip, will share this on my private fb as I have friends and family in Stockholm 🙂

    /Catarina

    • J&J
      September 27, 2016

      Tack, Catarina! The bags are the ones you people have ordered during the day, so they have it ready for you. Thanks for sharing!

  3. September 25, 2016
    Reply

    Vietnamese food indeed delicious, I try some including sticky rice, mm it was simply incredible. definitely a place to go with family:) What do you recommend as Vietnamese food?

    • J&J
      September 26, 2016

      Well, maybe you can try one of the most famous dishes, the Vietnamese Pho. A noodle soup prepared with broth, rice noodles, fresh herbs and meat, usually beef or chicken.

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