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The Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Soho, London

Picture of Christina Dean
Updated: 22 July 2017
Steaming bowls of pho, fresh summer rolls and bun bo salads, densely packed banh mi…Soho is bursting with Vietnamese food and these are the best places to get it.

Viet Food

Restaurant, Vietnamese, $$$

The very cool industrial-chic Viet Food came to life when former Hakkasan chef Jeff Tan decided he wanted to celebrate the street food of Vietnam. Start off traditional with summer rolls and prawn crackers from the Mama’s Picks section of the menu before diving into the Vietnamese Modern Tapas. They even do a Vietnamese take on bento boxes for lunch.

1st dinner in London; Vietnamese food. Pho noodle and battered fried pork.

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Sun - Thu:
12:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Fri - Sat:
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Meal service:

All Day

Atmosphere:

Relaxed

Cây Tre

Restaurant, Vietnamese, $$$

Sister to the Cây Tre on Old Street, the Soho site is clean and contemporary in its décor, allowing the punchy cookery to take centre stage. The food is best shared, not least because that way you can try a range of rolls, curries and josper dishes, but if you want a complete meal for one, larger bowls like crispy noodles with pork, prawn, squid, lobster, stir fried vegetables and broth will hit the spot.