🤩🚨🤩 MAJOR EXCITEMENT 🤩🚨🤩 for March when we join forces with the wonderful Deeneys in Leyton✌🏼
Deeney’s Late-On coming in hot this March! 🌶 🍲
Excited to announce our first month long residency with the super fresh and tasty @hanoi_ca_phe!
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Traditional Vietnamese plates and snacks served alongside some serious cocktails, beaut wines and delicious pints. See you there!
💗 Feeling the #Leyton Love 💗 this evening THANK YOU 🙏🏻 to everyone who came/ ate / drank / posted photos of us to celebrate the launch of our upcoming residency at Perky Blenders 🥢🥂🍾 Here’s to regular Vietnamese deliciousness from September 2018!
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)
On Todays Menu is an all time favourite of mine! My granny used to make this every weekend.
Bún Cha Hanoi – grilled lemongrass pork, mini grilled pork patties in a garlic broth with crispy spring rolls, served on a bed of rice vermicelli noodles, chillies, peanuts and plenty of fresh Vietnamese herbs.
Simply Delicious and Super Healthy too!
Hanoi Cà Phê – Street Food & Coffee will again be making an appearance this Saturday 1st August 2015 at The Blackhorse Workshop monthly market.
Come join us for some delicious Vietnamese Banh Mi’s – BBQ Pork or Chilli Lemon-grass Tofu. To quench your thirst, we will be serving fresh Mint Limeade and Coconut juice.
There will also be live music, xylophone making classes and lots more.
Lets Eat, Drink and Make Music!
I’ve just tried and tested our vegetarian option for this Saturdays Food Market in Hoxton. It is DELICIOUS!!! Try our pan fried Tofu, marinaded with garlic, lemongrass, chillies and soy. These are so creamy and flavoursome.
Today I felt like having just a simple crunchy salad with a bit of a chilli kick.
Normally when I make ‘Nom’ – the Vietnamese crunchy herb salad, I make lots of it! ‘Nom’ can be eaten on its own, topped with chicken or prawns, or as a side dish with vermicelli. It can also be used as a sandwich filler in the case of Banh Mi (Vietnamese baguette)
For a more Thai / Laotian influence add shrimp paste, chillies, cherry tomatoes.
Recipe and photos by: blog.jchongstudio.com