This was our first visit to London and were unsure how the food was. We live in LA where there's an abundance of quality restaurants. However this rivals any Asian fusions in LA. Thumbs up!!
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The spring rolls are fried very crisp and we're quite tasty with the sauce. Pho was decent but not really authentic and the fresh beansprouts were not as fresh and white as we would have preferred. Service was great and this little cafe is very...More
I had read about a good Vietnamese place that was in the Soho(ish) area but didn't know what it was called. Did a quick Google to see what I could find. Not sure if Com Viet was the place I'd read about but it didn't...More
We wondered in here on a Friday night without a reservation and were lucky to get a table. The waiter was so friendly and helpfully explained the menu as we were not familiar with Vietnamese menu's. He also kindly provided us with cutlery and even...More
When you first walk in you're in the dining area which isn't that big and usually filled with people. Within seconds someone comes up the stairs to take you to a table in the lower dining area. This area has tables and some private eating...More
The restaurant is not fancy but it was buzzing, so we decided to give it a try. We had the soft shelled crab, beef bun sa, grilled sea bass and water spinach, all very fresh and tasted authentic. Good friendly and efficient staff. Good value...More