What kind of food do you serve?
We have two restaurants:
Madame Vo serves Yen and Jimmy’s homestyle comfort foods, including noodle soups, clay pot stews, street snacks, and regional specialties. Yes, we have pho!
Madame Vo BBQ introduces New York City, for the first time ever, to traditional Vietnamese barbecue and celebratory feasts like the bo bay mon (beef seven ways). Here, your meats are grilled in front of you via built-in tabletop grills.
Is Vietnamese BBQ the same as Korean or Japanese BBQ?
If you know Korean of Japanese BBQ, you’ve probably seen tabletop grilling before. Vietnamese BBQ is a different cuisine that is typically enjoyed at home, using charcoal grills, rather in restaurants. We wanted to share the kind of grilling we grew up with, as well as a very traditional feast of beef 7 ways (bo bay mon), which we offer as a seven-course tasting menu.
What are your hours?
Madame Vo is open:
Tuesday to Sunday noon-4pm for lunch
Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday 5:30-10pm for dinner
Friday to Saturday 5:30-11pm for dinner.
We are closed on Mondays.
Madame Vo BBQ is open every day from 5:30-11pm
Where are you located?
Madame Vo is located at 212 E 10th St between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
Madame Vo BBQ is located at 104 2nd Avenue on the corner of E 6th St.
The closest subway stop is the 6 Train at Astor Place.
Do you deliver?
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Do you serve booze?
Yes, we serve beer, wine, sake, and specialty sake cocktails at both restaurants.
How do I get a table or book a reservation?
Madame Vo and Madame Vo BBQ seat walk-ins on a first-come, first-serve basis. We also accept reservations at both restaurants via Resy. Please use Resy to search for current availability and book your table, and be sure to note any allergies in the comments.
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For reservations for parties larger than 10 people and private group dining inquiries, please email us directly at email@example.com.