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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We have been to this branch more these days, because the service is much better than the Islington one. We always order noodle dishes and they are almost always reliable; but they lack the smokiness of the Wok. I am still not sure about the rest on the menu; if you want a quick satisfying meal, order some noodles.
Their Balinese 'Pulut Hitam' Pudding (Glutinous Rice Pudding) was as good as...more
Very disappointing. Ordered a "signature dish" and was not impressed. Menu is very misleading, watch out for hidden charges. Poor standard in an area of London where there are so many cheaper, higher quality restaurants.more
Boring Pan Asian fusion food. Jack of all trades, master of none.
Manager relegated us to the back of restaurant instead of seating us on the large middle table that is available for groups. Probably due to the way some of us in the group were dressed. Thankfully our waitress was lovely!
Typically with these sorts of fusion restaurants you're served a watered down version of an existing...more
I'm a food addict but also a strangely fickle one. After a trip to Indonesia and Singapore 3 years ago, I've been looking for the perfect Indochinese eatery in London. Banana Tree happened and that quest ended!
Unexpected explosions of taste and complete transformation due to the beauty of this cuisine is unrivalled. Traditional and unexpected can only be truly peaked in such a stylish, warm...more
While walking around Soho with an American friend of mine, eager to show some of the culinary delights of the West End to her, we happened upon Banana Tree.
Admittedly, it was a tossup between Banana Tree and Busaba EatThai. My friend and I were having a conversation while perusing the area's restaurants about trying new things and being open to new experiences. This is what swung it for me...more