House of Ho

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  • Address:

    House of Ho 57-59 Old Compton Street
    London
    W1D 6HP

  • Venue phone:

    7287 0770

  • Venue website:

    houseofho.co.uk/

  • Opening hours:

    Noon-3pm, 5.30-10.30pm Mon-Wed; noon-3pm, 5.30-11.30pm Thur-Sat.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus

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    1. House of Ho
      • 57-59 Old Compton Street
        London
        W1D 6HP
      • 7287 0770
      • houseofho.co.uk/
      • 51.512441,-0.132731

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Sean

I must say I was rather disappointed after much expectation from this place. The restaurant was tucked in the red light district of Soho not too far from the much superior Cay Tre on Dean Street. When we arrived the place was over staffed with at least 6 bar staffs and endless number of waiters/waitresses. I booked a table for 10 but the hostess was reluctant to show us there and asked are we sure that 10 people will turn up. We were offered a table for 8 instead. Bobby Chinn tried to give a different interpretation of Vietnamese food and failed miserably. Instead of making it better he made it worse. The proportions were ridiculously small. I finished each dish in two bites. The bill came to just over £140, service charge included, this is with the 50% discount on the food. If not we could have faced a bill for £280 for 6 people which is absolutely ridiculous. Sorry if I'm in the area again, I shall head for Cay Tre where you will find true authentic Vietnamese cuisines.