Still looking for that special gift? 🎁 How about giving someone (or yourself!) the chance to learn how to make delicious Vietnamese food!
We now have gift vouchers for our 3hrs Cooking Classes starting in 2019. The cost is £75 pp (maximum class of 10)
Lessons are very hands-on and informal. Students will learn about classic Vietnamese ingredients, cooking techniques and balancing flavours. You will also take home a recipe booklet and food made in class (if it hasn’t already been eaten!)
💌 Email us @ email@example.com for cooking class: dates / menu / purchases.
Here is a photo of my son and Grandma Quyen, who turned 100yrs old this year (2018). Today, we are really touched to be included in the Feast It – Culinary Heritage article written by Lucy Flynn.
Read about (and see photos!) of how street food chefs have been inspired by childhood recipes and fond memories.
Grandma Quyen used to always say “Cooking with love is like food for the soul” 🙌🏻
⭐️⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️EXCITING NEWS ALERT ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Hanoi Cà Phê has a Permanent Pop-up HOME 🏠
After endless requests from the folks of East London, asking us to set up shop and feed them on a regular basis, We are so pleased to let you know that from September you can eat with us EVERY Friday & Saturday (5-10pm) at the wonderful Perky Blenders Project 660!
For the past two years, we’ve been collaborating with the Perky Blenders team on numerous events and pop-ups, forging our strong partnership with amazing coffee and Vietnamese Food ☕️✌🏼🥢 As a celebration of the Hanoi Cà Phê kitchen doors opening in September, we’re hosting a special evening on Saturday 30th June (5-10pm) to whet your appetite! Expect BOLD Hanoi flavours, with luscious cocktails, beers and wine to compliment.
Looking forward to seeing (and feeding) you all!
Eat-in or take away available (booking advisable)
LONDON BOROUGH OF CULTURE 2019 Amazing Waltham Forest 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Sadiq Khan, major of London made his announcement today at the London assembly hall. What a momentous day to be given this first ever award 🥇
We are so proud to be Londoners, and especially to live and work in this great borough! Continue the celebrations with us this Saturday 3rd March for The Big Culture Conversation at WAH (12-6pm)
On the day, there will be discussions, live music and family entertainment. We will be providing hot Vietnamese food 🍛🥢 and Perky Blenders will be keeping you fuelled with coffee & cakes ☕️🍰 Come join the Party in E17!!!
🌿🇻🇳 HELLO 2018 🙋🏻♀️WE’RE BACK! 🌿🇻🇳So I know most of you maybe feeling the January blues, BUT I promise to help banish these with our NEW: BOLD & FRESH January Menu! Our first pop-up dates are this coming weekend:
Friday 12th Mothers Ruin (6-10pm)
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Introducing: ‘PHO NIGHTS’ an evening of nourishing Noodle broth – Hanoi Cà Phê will help you banish the winter blues and sniffly colds with our heartwarming national dish 🇻🇳🍲🇻🇳
Enjoy our delicious homemade Pho this weekend:
@mothersruine17 – Friday 10th & Saturday 11th November (5-10pm)
@hoestmarket – Sunday 12th November (12-4pm)
This evening I met some wonderful and inspirational people who are working towards ending hunger and changing lives in Asia and Africa. I’m proud to be a part of Curry for Change – a charity that helps people hold Supper clubs to raise money for families who suffer from hunger.
All you need to do is host a supper club and donate funds that will support local families across 19 countries to lead better lives. Natco, who is the food partner for Curry for Change will even provide vital ingredients and kingfisher beers to help get you started.
This year make a difference and join the Supper club movement!
My name is Gina and I was born in Hanoi, Vietnam. I came to England at the age of two where I grew up with my elder sister.
We lived in a strong female household, which included my Mother and Grandma.
My Grandma had an enormous influence on me as a child, I would spend fascinated hours watching her cook, and then eventually assisting her in our little kitchen.
Grandma Quyen, who turned 99yrs old in February this year, was my inspiration to start Hanoi Cà Phê. Sadly, She was diagnosed with Dementia a couple of years ago. It was during this time that I sought to find a way of keeping my Grandmas stories and recipes alive, hence Hanoi Cà Phê was born.
In Vietnam, we always involve food and eating whether in happiness or sadness. It’s a beautiful way of bringing family, friends and strangers together to share experiences and feel united.
I want to retain my family recipes and feed everyone I know and meet the delicious Vietnamese food I enjoyed as a child, always lovingly cooked by my Grandma.
“Cooking with Love provides Food for the Soul”.