Good Morning Vietnam serve a variety of traditional Vietnamese dishes including noodles, curry and fish dishes as well as a variety of Asian fusion dishes. Catering for private parties of up to 100 guests is available upon request.
17 St. John's Hill, Clapham, London, SW11 1TN
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+44 (0)20 7228 8993
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Good Morning Vietnam
17 St. John's HillClaphamLondonSW11 1TN
- +44 (0)20 7228 8993
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- Clapham Junction
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Don't be fooled by the name, beneath the snappy name is a regular Chinese restaurant and takeaway. If ever you are in the Clapham Junction area it is worth checking out as the prices are reasonable and the food is good.more
Brilliant little restaurant and take-away. Unlike most Chinese restaurants in prime locations, Good Morning Vietnam has surprisingly good food and is surprisingly cheap, too. It's a little gem of a place and they're generally always open, too! (Until 11.30pm every night of the week.)
If you're eating in, go for a noodle soup like Pho Bo. They're excellent!
Beware: The Sunday chef isn't as...more
£35 fed 8 people. Need I go on?
Ok, ok, I'm well aware that said 8 people could also choose eat grass in the park for free if they so choose, so the fact that this food was bog standard and not overwhelmingly rave-worthy should also be mentioned, but seriously. 35 quid. 8 hungry people. That certainly merits some stars in my book.
We opted for take-away and selected a beef, chicken, veggie...more
Good Morning Vietnam !!!
No no ... this isn't Robin Williams ... this is Tirthankar D speaking. Let me tell you guys a story.
Once upon a time there were three drunk party animals ... searching for a place to satiate their hunger after some serious drinking at a Yelp event nearby. They rejected the subway ... they rejected the kebab shop ... and continued looking until they zeroed in on this...more
This place would be more appropriately named 'Good Morning China', but then I suppose it wouldn't have the spurious approval of Robin Williams going for it.
As a Vietnamese restaurant, Good Morning Vietnam falls well short. And as a Chinese restaurant, it's only so-so. I mean, I can't say it was bad or anything. But since there's an irresistibly fantastic Chinese...more