Mam is a Vietnamese restaurant in Notting Hill - but we warn you now, it’s a good 15-minute trek away from the actual station and very very close to the Ladbroke Grove borders. It seems that its location is to drive home the fact that MAM wants to be that cool, hip neighbourhood restaurant doing very good food. And it actually delivers on that. There’s a short but varied menu full of great dishes like fish sauce-marinated chicken wings, but what you’re here for is the BBQ. We recommend ordering the marinated BBQ pork, beef, chicken and shrimp bahn-hoi style, which comes with vermicelli pancakes and extras to wrap around your meat. The pho is solid, but not destination-worthy. If you’re near Notting Hill, definitely come here, and do book ahead as it gets busy.
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