Opened in 2005, Pho was the first street food restaurant in London featuring Vietnamese cuisine. Couple of more representatives of the same chain has cropped up since then, all of them capturing hearts of Londoners with an amazing combination of fine food and friendly prices. Forget about 5-pound eateries clattered with Asian-style ornaments or frozen sandwiches! Everything they serve is fresh, delicious and healthy, including traditionally cooked noodle soup and Vietnamese coffee. It attracts wide range of eaters, from bankers to student of the neighborhood, yet no one drops in by chance - you have to know the place to find it. A small and cozy café boasts fast and friendly service and is one of the cheapest and most delicious lunch spots in London! Takeaways are available as well.
86 St. John Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M 4EH (Tel: 020 7253 7624)
3 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 8AX (Tel: 020 7436 0111)
The Balcony, Westfield, Shepherds Bush, London, W12 7GE (Tel: 020 8743 6800)
Keywords: Londona, cafe, Vietnamese, restaurant