We ate here early on a Friday evening and it wasn’t busy. A pretty extensive menu, mains for about a tenner.
We had summer rolls and prawn crackers for starter. Both flavoursome, summer rolls were properly herby. There was plenty of more interesting stuff on the menu but we weren’t pigging out.
Bun cha (a favourite anyway) was pretty much bang on, better than I imagined a bun cha in the uk could be. Crispy spring roll, noodles, herbs, pork and a patty in broth. Compared to the original, they didn’t have the full range of herbs but it was still a generous pile. Also no dipping sauce, but I can’t mark them down because we didn’t ask.
We also had beef pho noodles, certainly up there with Cafe Soya. And they’ve got Hanoi and Saigon beer.
We will definitely return when we need a Vietnam fix.
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