The guys behind this Kingsland Road Vietnamese restaurant must be doing something right - they've got another venue (Tay Do Café) just down the road. As with most of the Pho Mile spots the focus is firmly on the food - we're miles away from fine dining frippery.
There's certainly plenty of choice here. Dishes range from summer rolls, char-grilled lamb cutlets in chilli and lemongrass to green papaya salads, sour soup with mekong catfish, spicy frog's legs, pho noodle soups and deep fried sea bream with salt, lemongrass and chilli.
It's unlicensed but diners are welcome to bring their own bottles, with a corkage charge of £1 per person. Soft options include fresh juices, homemade lemonade, green tea and Vietnamese coffee.