Viet Hoa is split into two sections. The upstairs cafe serves simple dishes, while the downstairs “mess” encourages you to cook your own food. Each table has an infrared grill for the guests to cook on. There is a lot of competition between the Vietnamese restaurants on the Kingsland road, but Vie Hoa’s authentic dishes, novel diner interactivity and incredibly sweet and strong coffee, give it the edge it needs to stand out from the crowd.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 par personne|
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Viet Hoa Cafe
70-72 Kingsland RoadLondonE2 8DP
Top 5 reviews of Viet Hoa Cafe
After the disaster of Clutch being closed for lunch despite me having a confirmed reservation via Opentable, I wandered down to Shoreditch
Viet Hoa was offering pho, a perfect tonic to lift me from my disappointment. The beef broth was satisfying rich and deep though I I wished they offered the option of more beef combinations. I went with the rare beef, which was nice
The crispy pork belly... more
Great when the get the order right, however that is seemingly unlikely!
I have ordered from this place maybe 4 times all through Deliveroo, ths first time the order was great and the bun hue was delicious, light and with just the right amount of spice!
...Therefore I was craving more very soon however the following three times I ordered through deliveroo part or all of the order was... more
This place serves yummy, scrumptious, delicious, heavenly, finger-licking, luscious (have run out of adjectives for great-tasting, but you get the gist) food!
I don't have a bad thing to say about Viet Hoa. The simple Asian-style decor created a great, chilled, authentic atmosphere - and the old Vietnamese lady sitting in the corner of the restaurant peeling bamboo shoots definitely added to... more
Although the inside of this place is nicely decorated and the idea of BYOB is appealing we had a terrible meal here on Friday mid December.
We had booked a table and when we turned up were shown downstairs where it was empty.
It took forever for the waiter to bring menus and then even longer to bring glasses for our drinks. We had to go and find him to order our food.
All the starters we had... more
Stumbled Across this place when I was meeting 5 friends for dinner in Shoreditch. It's a traditional vietnamese restaurant with contemporary flare. They have big
Round tables, as well as bar leaners. Great for groups
The menu is extensive with heaps of options. There are so many yummy options it almost makes it hard to choose what to eat!
We started with the prawn summer... more