Norvary is such a wonderful addition to Winona’s limited food options! Their food/drinks are so fresh and delicious. I have to stop myself from going every day! 😆 The spring rolls and sauce are perfect, the beef vermicelli salad is huge and yet so light and refreshing! And the drinks: wow! Their boba is perfectly soft and sweet, best I’ve ever had! I can’t wait to keep trying new items on their menu and for their indoor dining to open. Wonderful family owned business!
Great food, great owners, great drinks. It was the perfect dinner choice to eat with friends. We all agreed it is 5 star worthy! Everything was delicious. I’m so excited to try more from the menu and see the atmosphere of dining in.
What a fantastic meal! We tried the bahn mi and shrimp chips and absolutely loved every bite... Perfectly savory, refreshing, and the perfect spiciness. Be prepared to wait a little for food in the drive-thru, but it's well worth it. It's great to have a brand new choice for food in Winona, and we can't wait to go back and try something new!
Norvary is a Northern Vietnamese Bistro in Winona, Minnesota. There are two parts implied in the name Norvary- Northern Vietnam cuisine and a variety of chef's growing up most favorite street food items.
Owned and operated by first-generation Vietnamese-American husband and wife, the cuisine is rooted in tradition and focuses on creativity. While Vivian is the beverage creator and Huy is the executive chef, the high school sweetheart couple aim to create a fun family-oriented local restaurant.
The interior was designed with a touch of subtropical atmosphere that gives you the vibe of being in the North of Vietnam while enjoying the meal. In addition, all pictures on the wall were recently taken in the city of Hai Phong where the couple are from and by the local photographer Thai Le. The young artist did a phenomenal job in portraying people and daily life in a way that is hyper-real and film-like.
Visiting Norvary, guests will experience a whole new different angle in Vietnamese cuisine. As the most popular item, Pho (pronounced "fuh") noodle soup, originates in the North of Vietnam after the French colonization of the country late 1880s. Northern version of Pho is made by boiling beef bones for 24 hours and has a heavy emphasis on the delicate and simple broth. Then it is accompanied by flat rice noodles, thinly sliced beef, and scallions. In the North of VIetnam, Pho is also served with garlic vinegar and chilli sauce as condiments, instead of hoisin sauce. Moreover, Norvary's Pho does not have bean sprouts and basil like the Southern version. All in all, Chef Nguyen hopes to take his guests from the South to the North Vietnam through culture and cuisine differences.
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