⭐️⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️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)
Our lemongrass, chilli & sesame Tofu Bánh mi’s were a big hit today 👍🏻 Thanks for having us @blackhorsews! We will be back to feed you more 😋
After a wonderful trip to Northern Spain and the south of France, I have returned to London and Hanoi Cà Phê with the urge to eat some traditional fuss-free Vietnamese comfort food.
The first thought upon waking up this morning was ‘what am I going to Eat for Sunday Lunch today?’ With a rumbling tummy I salvaged the ingredients I had in my cupboard and fridge and luckily came up with the vital ingredients for today’s Vietnamese Sunday lunch. I wanted to keep this simple, healthy, balance and comforting. This menu was ready in 45mins and took 10mins to devour!!
So much goodness in a bowl – one of the dishes in my Vietnamese Sunday lunch is Ginger & Dandelion soup broth. So good on its own or poured over your rice.
Foil baked salmon with ginger, sesame, soy and dill – Amazing.
A classic comfort dish in today’s lunch includes Vietnamese omelette – thin and crispy like a pancake flavoured with shallots, nuoc mam and a dash of chilli flakes.
The complete Sunday menu – Healthy, balanced and delicious! This is what Vietnamese Home cooking is about.
These oriental thermos flasks have been in regularly use since my childhood. I remember my mum taking her noodle soups to work in these. Now that the weather is a bit cooler, @hanoi_ca_phe will be serving warming Ginger, Lotus and green tea in these for our next Streetfood market at Blackhorse Workshop on the 19th September.
Love the multiple purpose of these Thermos flask! Now you can have a cuppa that really LIGHTS up 👋😃🌟