Restaurant - Vietnamese in London
180 Victoria Park Road
I'm not exaggerating. I went to Namo with friends this weekend and the spare ribs are simply the best I have had in the UK. Melt-in-mouth tenderness, full flavour without excess grease to spoil the package. The rest of the food was delicious with the soft shell crab, Vietnamese spring rolls and my chilli beef with aubergine providing a fuss-free, ideal pre-Saturday night out feast. The mango cheesecake in the end was quite refreshing as well.Accompanied by a very modest and well-priced wine list and attentive and friendly staff, this is a genuinely good Vietnamese, with an average price of Â£20-25 per head for a three course meal and wine.The crowd is neo-Hackney urbanites (i.e. predominantly white, Guardian readers in their late twenties, early thirties), which I guess is a good thing. Try Namo, I'm sure you'll like it.
A User - 10/03/2008 | report this review
Really nice vietnamese food and very good service. If you live in East London it is worth a visit. It also has a beautiful back garden and an eclectic crowd of young artists and professionals.
A User - 11/11/2007 | report this review
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