Que Viet restaurant in London’s Hoxton is a Vietnamese restaurant that’s a destination for devotees of southeast Asian cuisine. In fact, every food-lover worth his weight in bahn bao knows that the best Vietnamese restaurants in the capital are found in Shoreditch, and that Que Viet restaurant is by far the most impressive establishment in the 'hood. With its upmarket interior and Old Testament-sized menu, Que Viet is a brilliant spot to dine out with groups of friends, colleagues and clients. Frequented by local hipsters, media-types on a budget and epicurious tourists, Que Viet is affordable and atmospheric, and offers everything from noodles and soups to dumplings and stir-fries. The restaurant has a French-led focus - blame colonialism - and star dishes include the frog's legs. Do try Que Viet’s ‘fire pot’, a bubbling vessel of consommé brought to your table in which you cook meat, vegetables or seafood - a fun evening for groups of diners.