Restaurant - Vietnamese in London
565 Fulham Road
At this friendly neighbourhood resto the staff greet many of their customers by name, and serve up some really tasty food. I've been here countless times now, and my particular favourites include the ChÃ¥ CÃ¡ LÃ£ Vong - a lovely sizzling white fish dish, and the tiger prawns in coconut milk... Yum!!! Very good value, and right by Fulham Broadway, so a great option if you're planning to catch a movie over at the Vue cinemas.Note the restaurant is now called Me Me!!
A User - 02/09/2009 | report this review
I saw this place on Trusted Places and although I have walked past it many times, I had never noted that it was a Vietnamese resturant. Thanks for pointing that out guys... :) I feel as though I (or should I say we) have discovered a little gem. Trip 1: Dinner on Thursday nightWe (2 girls with a good appitite) arrived at 7:30 to a fairly quiet resturant. The staff were very attentive and allowed us to poor over the menu for an extended amount of time. Still undecided on what to order due to so many good options, we opted to share some crispy duck pancakes to start (about Â£6.40 for 1/4 duck) while we munched on the delicious entree we took the opportunity to watch other peoples dishes go by. Just when we had almost decided on our order we saw some cripsy noodles go past and decided since it looked huge, that we'd share that after realising how filling our entree was. We were delighted with our choice.. crispy beef noodles (approx Â£5.??) - although the serve was not as generous as I first thought we were stuffed and left very satisfied. Trip 2: Dinner on Friday nightAfter such a good experinece the night before, I just had to go back to Huy Hoang again and try some of my favourite Vietnamese dishes... it was a lot busier and by the time we left the resturant was near full but the staff still delivered great service. We ordered some fried mushrooms (approximately Â£2.80) to start (picture to follow at some point), and a pork and prawn golden pancake (approx Â£5.40) both delishous.. For our mains I ordered a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup with beef (Approx Â£5.30 for a large).. which I decided would be the comparison dish... and they passed with flying colours.. it was maybe a bit small but full of flavour and a fresh lift. We also ordered a main of chicken cooked with lemongrass and chilli (approx Â£5.40 + Â£1.80 for rice) this dish was also fantastic... with amazing flavours. In summary, if I had to make a complaint about this place it would only be that the servings appear small (but somehow always fill you up). The tables for two are a bit small too. That aside, although the prices are slightly more than what you pay around Old Street, I definitley think its worth it for those in the SW area who don't want to hike across town for some scummy food. Great food, great service.. too many new dishes to try.. I'll be back agian.. and again :)
A User - 10/12/2007 | report this review
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