Chef proprietor William Chow offers diners a relaxed and informal venue to enjoy healthy, fresh cuisine fusing together the flavours of Indochina
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103 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1F 0UQ
- +44 20 7437 1351
Very very busy. Tasty though. The service wasn't the best - very very extremely slow, but I quite understand it as there were only 3 waiters for the whole restaurant...def not enough. Would def go again.more
Yummy, quick, flavourful and good value. I'm going back!
*Signature dishes were well prepared. Flavourful, well-portioned, and reminiscent of true Indochina cuisine. The Lahksa had an amazing coconut milk base, and was complimented by many spices, the noodles, and freshly prepared prawns. It hit the spot on a cold London evening.
*We were seated right away (w/o a reservation),...more
*does a few squats*
Ok so as you can see I'm having trouble writing this.
I really wanted to be praising this place like a happy monkey on meth but that isn't the case.
Firstly, I was seated and had to yell like a market seller to get anyone to come over and see what I needed.
This is no exaggeration.
I needed strepsils immediately after. My throat was sore.
The food came...more
Soooooooooo guess who was swinging on a banana tree the other night? NOT ME! ... I was at the restaurant mate.
So it reminded me a little of wagamama/busaba so I thought I'd finally see what the fuss was all about. I found the menu very limited in my opinion . Anyhoo, I ordered the grilled chicken with fragrant rice. It had a much more exotic name than that but I'll be damned if I can recall...more
Recently visited the Banana Tree for a team lunch with 12 other people. They took a reservation which was very useful for a lunch group of that size.
The menu has plenty of options to choose from for meat eaters and vegetarians, including an express lunch menu for £5.95.
I had the veg spring rolls, tofu green curry with a portion of sticky rice, and a juice. Presentation was very creative,...more