Our favourite local vietnamese restaurant in Highbury. It’s far from the english “Hanoi” in Shoreditch and some of the expensive places in central London but it’s probably better than most of them.
The Pho is just perfect for the cold winter days with his kick of spices. The other classics are fresh spring rolls and some of the interesting salads.
Vietnamese restaurant in Upper Street. In our opinion they are trying a bit too hard with the atmosphere and food. Vietnamese food at its best it’s much simpler.
A really cosy Vietnamese restaurant in Holborn. The atmosphere is so relaxing while the food is authentic and home cooked. We went there for breakfast and we had vietnanese coffee (really inspiring) and pancakes. Good vibes 🙂
One of the best vietnamese food restaurant we tried in a long time. After a trip to Vietnam many places in London didn’t taste orginal. This is a hidden gem between Angel and Kings Cross. Fantastic options for lunch, dinner and take-away.
A modern twist on traditional Vietnamese cuisine in a prime location of Soho, taste is good but when trying too hard to mix traditional food with an uber cool stylish place the result is not great. The ceviche dish and lemongrass chicken in sweet sauce were outstanding though.