Awesome weekend popping up in The Cool 😎 Hot spot that’s Leyton, East London. Totes #goodvibes @perkyblenders ✌🏼 Let’s do it again.
We are very excited about Popping up next week at Project 660 Leyton – come join us for two evenings (7th & 8th July, 5-10pm) of delicious Vietnamese BBQ street food and drinks at the Perky Blenders newly opened bar.
Our friends at Perky Blenders are also our local coffee roastery who roast our 100% Vietnamese arabica coffee beans to perfection. In keeping with the coffee theme, we will be providing a delicious Vietnamese coffee ice cream with salted caramel brittle, toffee sauce and fresh summer berries – This is seriously scrummy 😋 ☕️🍦
With our car loaded to the MAX we headed to Canterbury yesterday to cater for The University for the Creative Arts Degree Show 2017. It was such a pleasure to be back at my old university and see familiar faces (some of whom haven’t changed one bit – eternally youthful).
Hanoi Cà Phê impressed the crowds with our fresh Vietnamese BBQ flavours 🌈🇻🇳💥🌶
We’re super honoured to be asked back to cater for next years Degree show at all the UCA campuses!!! Woohoo 😃👏🏻✌🏼
Hanoi Cà Phê – ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
A massive Thank you to my dear family, friends and happy customers for making this little business such a joy and success.
Getting to this stage has made all the long hours prepping, sleepless nights and early morning set ups worth while.
⭐️🇻🇳Love and Enjoy Hanoi!🇻🇳⭐️
This is my first time to Phu Quoc island in the far south of Vietnam. During my four night stay at the Eco-resort Bamboo cottage, I’ve been delighted to discover the many hidden gems of the island. My favourite discoveries have been the following places, which are definitely worth a visit for delicious fresh food or a chance to experience a great location -whether educational, spiritual or for pure relaxation:
– Phu Quoc Bee farm for an organic experience and to discover how important bees are to us.
– The authentic fishing village of Ham Ninh to see fishermen offload their daily catch and to eat fresh locally caught seafood.
– The white sands and turquoise waters of Sao beach. I believe one of the best beaches in Vietnam!
– Ho Quoc Pagoda is located along a spectacular coastal road from Sao Beach. This stunning temple is position high in rock face providing a great vista at sunset.
– Duong Dong Night market is certainly a must for sampling local culture and cuisine. They have an enormous choice of fresh seafood on offer as its moments away from the town harbour.
An Easter break to Vietnam has given me the fantastic opportunity to eat and be inspired by yet more fresh, delicious and healthy food from the motherland.
Our delicious meal this evening at Nhà Hàng Ngon (160 Pasteur, Dist.1 Saigon) was Garlic greens, clay pot fish and hot sour soup with fragrant steam rice. Washed down with an ice chilled Saigon beer – simply delicious.
The sun had finally revealed itself yesterday and showed us a glimmer of springtime magic.
A chilled out day was enjoyed eating local Vietnamese food at Bún Bún Bún on kingsland road, then onto The Taiwanese food, music and culture festival nearby.
Great food, colourful company and alfresco park drinks is always a winner.
I love you East London!