Cuisine: Vietnamese Street Food
Although the menu is very sparse the food is full of flavour.
All the ingredients are so fresh you can actually taste the difference between the crunchy lettuce in your meal here and the ones you buy pre-packed from Tesco. It is also cooked in front of the customers on request.
In addition each dish is large enough to be a full meal, for lunch or dinner. In fact for the price it is actually surprising just how much food you get, as many similar street food restaurants in the same area would easily charge double for these portion sizes.
Can I Afford Seconds?
Definitely. Both main courses are £5.90 and green tea is £1.80. So under £8 you can have a proper Vietnamese meal. If a main course and spring rolls are ordered together then you won’t leave hungry. Instead the food here is satisfying but also immensely healthy, to the extent that if green tea was added to the menu diners will leave with a warm detoxed glow.
|Not bad for dinner|
The food is here is stunning and the décor is original. However Soho is renowned for having a quick turnaround of restaurants, with previously well-known venues closing down and being replaced quite suddenly. The slightly ran-shackled cooking area, and strange lack of toilets makes me feel like this is a gem which isn’t going to last very long.