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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” 🙌🏻

We Sold out in Hoxton

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Whoop, Whoop!! We SOLD OUT AGAIN TODAY!! at our second Food Market which took place at The Turning Earth Ceramic Studios in Hoxton, East London. What a success and lovely atmosphere.

Thank you to all who came to support us by eating, chatting and spreading the word.

Enjoy Hanoi!

Our First Food Market

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Our First Food Market took place on the 4th July 2015 at The Blackhorse Workshop monthly market http://www.blackhorseworkshop.co.uk/market/ The sun was out and the East London crowd loved our bbq pork Banh mi with crunchy herb ‘Nom’ salad. To keep everyone cool and refreshed we served our Mint Limeade which went down a treat! Hanoi Ca Phe was such a success that we SOLD OUT within two hours at the market!! Thank you to all our friends and family who came to support us on the day, and of course I couldn’t have done it without my two special Minions.

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