Summer Sessions: Wine and Wings Wednesdays at DD MAU Chinatown. 

Summer Sessions: Wine and Wings Wednesdays at DD MAU Chinatown. 

Summer Sessions: Wine and Wings Wednesdays at DD MAU Chinatown

 

Cool down from the summer heat with us at DD MAU in Chinatown. Every Wednesday in August, Dj’s Apato Rekodo will be spinning record vinyls from 8pm-10pm. There will be specials on all our wines and we will be featuring 3 different wing flavours each week exclusive to the event. From August 7th – 28th.

 

CATERING PACKAGES

DD Mau offers catering packages featuring an assortment of our banh mi’s, salad rolls and fried spring rolls. We offer both a small-medium package for 15-20 people and a larger package which feeds 30-35 people. We are also happy to put together a custom order for your event. For more information, please see below.

SMALL BANH MI PACKAGE

15-20 person (approx. 90 bite sized pieces)

3 Trays of assorted banh mi’s – Classic Deli Meat, Lemongrass Chicken, BBQ Pork & Kimchi, Sate Beef, Lemongrass Tofu

1 Tray of Fried Pork Spring rolls & Assorted Salad Rolls (Shrimp, chicken & Tofu)

LARGE BANH MI PACKAGE

30-35 person (approx. 150 bite sized pieces)

5 Trays of assorted banh mi’s – Classic Deli Meat, Lemongrass Chicken, BBQ Pork & Kimchi, Sate Beef, Lemongrass Tofu

1 Tray of Fried Pork Spring rolls

1 Tray of Assorted Salad Rolls (Shrimp, chicken & Tofu)

We would love to be a part of your next event.

About DD Mau

Our family opened the Yaletown location in 2012 and the Chinatown location in 2018.

DD Mau (Go-go-fast in Vietnamese) started off as an idea for a food truck and since then has spawned into a dream to share our love for Vietnamese cuisine.

Our parents are from Tra Vinh Province, Vietnam. During the Sino-Vietnam conflicts, they fled the country seeking to create a better life for us in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. We grew up eating Vietnamese food daily with the occasional Pizza Pops or Lucky Charms thrown in. Bánh Mì sandwiches consisting of bread from the Italian bakery with cha Lua and Maggi were a staple in our lunch boxes. We woke up to the smell of Bò kho or thịt kho on the weekends before our weekend morning cartoons. Evenings were filled with helping our parents make spring rolls and experimenting with ingredients they purchased at the markets. Not only did they go through astounding efforts to build a future for us but they sourced ingredients to recreate the dishes they grew up on to share with us. This is the true meaning of tradition.

DD Mau is inspired by the food we grew up on and meals we have had through our travels in Vietnam. We hope that you enjoy them as much as we do.

Always remember,

Ăn Ngon, Ngủ Ngon.

Information and images provided by Kim Tran, DD Mau.

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