This modern Vietnamese venture in the heart of Soho is chef Bobby Chin’s premiere restaurant in London.
The House of Ho serves up traditional dishes with a modern twist and fusion creations complemented by an extensive wine list featuring numerous sakes and a range of cocktails.
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The House of Ho
55-59 Old Compton StreetLondonW1D 6HP
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
I don't really understand the negative reviews. Maybe I had better luck. I always order the beef. The sauce is great. I usually order 2. The calamari was crispy and quite tasty.more
I have been to all of Bobby Chinn's restaurants going back 10 years ago in Hanoi and the new location and the new one in Saigon that is closed now. Food didnt disappoint me. Portion sizes were definitely small but considering quality and the tapas price, i dont think it was pricey. Dome vegetable dishes could have been slightly bigger such as morning glory though.
As it was a busy Saturday...more
If you're interested in the health benefits of drinking your own piss but are too afraid to actually do it you can have a practice run in this place by ordering a bowl of pho.
I ordered the beef version. It came with luke warm 'broth', tasteless, textureless noodles, some literal scraps of beef (dunno from what part of the animal) and a side dish with a bit of fresh chilli, a handful of bean...more
I came for a promotion that was running - free Pho so I can't complain too much.
Who can say no to free? I certainly can't! So I booked a table for 2 on Saturday lunch. Upon arriving the ambiance was nice, low lighting, no loud music and enough space to sit without feeling you were sat on top of someone else.
There were four choices of Pho, I opted for the beef and my husband had the...more
I received an email inviting me to an enticing complimentary bowl of pho, so thought it was high time we tried the place. How disappointing it was.
As a PR and marketing exercise it sucks! We were presented with half a bowl of noodle and a side plate that was no bigger than a teacup saucer holding a morsel of meat, a handful of beansprouts and some mint leaves. Nothing like their...more