12. Jun, 2016


9 Poland St, London W1F 8PY

A Vietnamese café in SoHo, Kêu (pronounced ‘that sandwich shop on the corner’) is a great place to nip into for tasty Viet food.

Apparently the Sally Clarke Bakery (one of London’s best) makes the French sticks used in the for banh mi dishes for Kêu which work a treat!  

Apart from bánh mì there are a variety of rice bowl and noodle combos available that all looked very refreshing and thoroughly enjoyable.

We had a combo of both rice and noodle and we weren’t disappointed!

You can also share huge pots of tea or drink from retro Coke bottles, they even do Vietnamese dripped coffee, if you dare, sweet but very addictive.

We love Viet food, so there are no negatives here, not even the price (which was great). We will be back soon!