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Chôm Chôm

Restaurants, Vietnamese Soho
Chôm Chôm table spread
Photograph: Courtesy Chom Chom/Noah Fecks
Chôm Chôm bun cha pork skewers
Photo: Noah FecksBun cha pork skewers
Chôm Chôm exterior
Photograph: Courtesy Chom Chom/Michael Perin

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Perpetually buzzing Vietnamese restaurant high on Peel Street

This Hanoi-inspired bar and eatery brings the Vietnamese tradition of bia hoi (drinking beer with friends on a busy street corner) to Peel Street in the heart of Soho. The atmosphere here, especially come weekend, is buzzing, as patrons sit on roughly-fashioned seats – in true Hanoi style – on the establishment's patio, while wafts of the delicious food being cooked up in the kitchen seap out onto the street. The menu is full of traditional Vietnamese delights with a modern twist, and promises visitors an equally pleasant dining and drinking experience.



Address: 58 Peel Street
Hong Kong

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