Vietnamese restaurants in Shoreditch

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Check out the best of the Pho Mile with Time Out's guide to Vietnamese restaurants in Shoreditch

For fantastic Vietnamese food, make a beeline to Kingsland Road – now affectionately referred to as the Pho Mile. From trendy Cây Tre, to the more established Tay Do Café and Song Que, try our guide to the most sumptuous Vietnamese cuisine in town.

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  • Mien Tay

    Rating: 5/5 Vietnamese, 122 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DP

    A sweet success story, this family-run restaurant has made a solid impression on diners who've already sampled most options on Kingsland Road's 'pho mile'.
    See Mien Tay review

  • Hung Viet

    Rating: 3/5 Vietnamese, 134a Kingsland Road, London, E2 4DY

    Setting up right next door to Kingsland Road stalwart Song Que was always going to be tough. However, it's got the advantage of being quieter and cosier than its loud, brash, canteen-style neighbour.
    See Hung Viet review

  • Song Que

    Rating: 5/5 Vietnamese, 134 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DY

    Song Que is certainly not short of Vietnamese competition on Kingsland Road, but in location (some way north of the rest) and execution, it stands on its own.
    See Song Que review

  • Tay Do Café

    Rating: 3/5 Vietnamese, 65 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AG

    Tay Do's vast dining room is often full, perhaps because this is the first available Vietnamese restaurant at the southern tip of Kingsland Road. The BYO policy undoubtedly helps too.
    See Tay Do Café review

  • Cây Tre

    Rating: 4/5 Vietnamese, 301 Old Street, London, EC1V 9LA

    Trendy Cây Tre (and its nearby little sister, Viet Grill) is an Old Street success story. Its mix of traditional Vietnamese food cooked with flair, a well-thought-out wine list and stylish surroundings has Londoners swooning.
    See Cây Tre review

  • Viet Grill

    Vietnamese, 58 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DP

    A vibrant addition to the Shoreditch Vietnamese dining scene just a stone’s throw from the City. But don’t let its smart Western decor fool you - the cuisine on offer is the real deal.
    See Viet Grill review



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Ed
Ed

Seriously, Song Que????!!!! What is this world coming to....

Rach S
Rach S

Cu Tu on the Pho Mile is fantastic too! My personal favorite!