The Soho outpost of this casual Vietnamese cafe is just as reliable as its Shoreditch sibling. Their banh mi’s are always tasty - the classic, roast pork or roast duck are our go-tos - but, the meat and rice dishes here are similarly good. It’s a meal that suits quick lunches as well as prolonged ones, solo ones or social ones.
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