Happy birthday Pho! Can you believe it's been ten years since the Vietnamese favourite popped up in London? After opening their first street food restaurant on St John Street, owners Stephen and Jules Wall now have restaurants all over the capital. And to celebrate, they're having a right old knees-up today at their Clerkenwell branch, where they'll be selling every dish on their menu for just 10p. That even includes the most mega noodle plate on the menu: the Pho Dac Biet – pho noodle soup with king prawns, tofu and flash fried steak with garlic cooked in 12-hour beef broth. Yum! You can keep those leftover pennies to splash out on Vietnamese beers and their yummy summer cocktail menu.
On top of this, they'll be hiding a set of golden chopsticks in one of their 14 restaurants (in London, Brighton and Leeds). Whoever finds them will win return flights to Vietnam, so keeps your eyes peeled! Oh and get there early because there'll be queues pho sure.
Tuesday, June 23, 11am–11pm, one dish for 10p per person. 86 St John St, EC1M 4EH.
Can't get in? Try one of these Vietnamese joints in Shoreditch instead.