Walk into the second restaurant of chef Bobby Chin, offering traditional Vietnamese dishes with a modern twist in a prestigious five storey building in the heart of Fitzrovia.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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The House of Ho
1 Percy StreetLondonW1T 1DB
Top 5 reviews of The House of Ho
House of Ho does beautiful, tasty food, hitting the right balance between flavour and heat. In addition, they have a lovely Albariño on the wine list.
House of Ho just off Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia does what it calls modern Vietnamese food. I walked past a few times before and never realised that it has different dining rooms on different floors. When I walked in, I was taken to the... more
Wow. What can I say? Stumbled upon this joint on the whim and definitely won't be back. Venue was dated and clientele were 'off'. Thought we might as well get a drink while we're here but waited at the bar for around 10-15mins while the bar staff ignored me on a quite night attempting to polish glasses. My 'white' friend came and was wondering where the drinks were as it was quiet to which I... more
A friend and I came here recently with a Timeout voucher (4 cocktails for £16). We pre booked a table on a Wednesday evening but realllly didn't need to. We were seated on the first floor where there are plenty of tables and a beautiful bar however there was no one else there except the barman. Despite this it took forever to get cocktails (I think he was making them for people seated on the... more
Avoid this place. Not sure how it got any positive reviews. We had two pho, dumplings, and spring rolls. The pho was tasteless, and the broth as clear as water. The meat was tough and dry. I've had better pho from Waitrose prepared in my microwave.
Service was fine, but the whole place has a very strange and off-putting vibe about it.
The bar upstairs seems nice for foreign business... more
I went specially to get a lunchtime Banh Mi (September 2015) as they were introducing it as part of hole in the wall service to sell their food for on the go.
Have to say I was quite disappointed. This isn't the main restaurant I must add, however the Banh mi wasn't anywhere near like I had in other places across town. Too saucy for some reason and didn't have enough meat I'm sorry to say.... more