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TimeOut

TimeOut - 3/5

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 - The mains were all served stylishly in asymmetric white bowls, but varied in success. The curry and bun cha were both tasty and well-made, with vibrant herbs, and were fairly priced at 7.60. Unusually, the pho came with rare steak, brisket and beef meatballs, and was jam-packed with mint, coriander and holy basil. The most important element, the broth, was slightly too underwhelming to rival Song Que. The summer rolls were very good - garden-fresh herbs, leaves and vermicelli rice noodles - but the chicken pandan parcels had become a bit chewy during their frying.

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Londonelicious

Londonelicious

Thursday, April 22, 2010 - The set lunch is a very good deal. For 10 quid, we get a juice, a starter, and a main. The juices are basically fruit smoothies...The chicken sesame toasts are drunk food. Greasy in a very satisfying way. A very guilty pleasure. But the beef curry is...suspiciously gray. The meat just doesn't look right, but that might be because of the green curry sauce that it's drenched in. We discussed how the curry did actually have a kick to it, as opposed to some places in London that seem to deaden their food for our Western taste buds. But I also remember thinking...this just isn't very good.

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