In Vietnamese, BEP phoneticises into ‘Vietnamese kitchen’, and this restaurant aspires to be just that – a homey space that mimics the local cuisine found on streets up and down Vietnam. The eatery’s pho features fresh basil, coriander and a sharp dose of lime that makes for an invigorating meal. Try the bánh xèo Saigon crêpe packed with delicious shrimps, pork and fresh lettuce for something on the side.
A good pho is hard to find and Vietnam’s national dish is just what we need to whet our appetite during the summer months. By Emily Cheng