Têt 2018

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🏮🏮🏮Têt New Year🏮🏮🏮is only 3-days away! and we’re celebrating with a delicious special menu this:

• FRIDAY 16th February @ Mothers Ruin (6-10pm)

• SATURDAY 17th February @ Perky Blenders (12-4pm)

Expect plenty of Vietnamese deliciousness 🇻🇳🥢😋🇻🇳 You’ll be barking mad to miss it! 🐶🐶🐶

#yearofthedog

🎨Poster design by @tango_san

Hello 2018!

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🌿🇻🇳 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)

Saturday 13th Perky Blenders (12-4pm)

The Dryers Kitchen collaboration 

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JOIN US for an enriching day of exploring natural ingredients, colour making and dyeing techniques at Playground London

++Natural dye-making workshop by Lola Lely Studio, with delicious lunch and cool refreshments by Hanoi Cà Phê++ 

Tickets have now SOLD OUT for Saturday 27th May but there are still a few places left on Sunday 28th. Book Dryers Kitchen workshop & lunch here.

Vietnamese Sunday Lunch

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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.