There's a lovely, popular, little, Vietnamese, rather new restaurant in Stockholm called Minh Mat. The name is a fun wordplay in Swedish; Minh is the owner's name and Min = my, Mat = food.
I've had the uttermost tastebuds pleasure to have lunch there a few times now and it has always been a flavour and texture delight. In fact, after my first visit I wrote a Yelp-review and fave them a 5 without hesitating.
They only serve three noodle/rice dishes at lunch (from 11 am - 2 pm); one animal flesh, one seafood and one vegan with homemade tofu.
The tofu is great, one of the best I've ever had, firm for real and even a bit chewy. But the best thing with the vegan dish (obviously I'm not the least bit interested in the other two ones with inferior main ingredients) is the intense, multi-layered flavours. That lingers on long after lunch is eaten, chili, garlic, coriander and more, mmm...
The dish always come with a little bowl with homemade soy sauce that is simply amazing. So full of flavours and nothing at all like the, I know now, plain and dull ones you get in a bottle from the supermarkets.
The interior is fresh and adorable, the service friendly. I'm looking forward to my next lunch, but I'm also very much hoping I'll have an opportunity to have dinner there sometime soon. The vegan evening menu looks mouthwatering and it would be fab if we could all order different dishes and sample from eachother.