March residency at Deeneys

Cafe, Coffee, collaboration, East London, events, family, Food and Drink, Hanoi, Pop up, residency, Street Food, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food, Waltham Forest

🤩🚨🤩 MAJOR EXCITEMENT 🤩🚨🤩 for March when we join forces with the wonderful Deeneys in Leyton✌🏼

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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!

Residency launch at Perky Blenders

Cafe, celebrate, Coffee, collaboration, East London, events, Food and Drink, Hanoi, perky blenders, Pop up, residency, Street Food, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food

💗 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!

Turning Earth Autumn Studio sale

Art, ceramics, collaboration, Colour, Creative studio, Drink, East London, events, Food and Drink, Hanoi, market, music, Pop up, Street Food, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food, Workshops

It’s so lovely to be invited back to the wonderful Turning Earth. We spent a lovely weekend (7th & 8th October 2017) surrounded by beautiful ceramics and feeding the crowds at this seasonal event. ART, COLOUR & FOOD are such perfect combinations 🎨🌈🌿

Grandma Quyen 

Art, Cooking class, family, Food, Street Food, travel, Vietnamese, Vietnamese Street Food

My Grandmother will turn 99yrs old this week. I found this photo of her taken in 1940s Hanoi. A beautiful and amazing woman who has taught me many kitchen skills and the delights of Hanoian flavours. I particularly remember early mornings as a child watching her make delicious Banh Cuon (steamed savoury rolled pancakes) which require great patience and a meticulous hand. She would spend hours creating this dish and myself and my sister @lola_lely would devour it in minutes. To my amazing grandma – Thank you for teaching me the art of love and patience in our little family kitchen.