Formerly known as Viet Pho, this tiny fuss-free Vietnamese eatery not only serves very decent food at very decent prices but also does BYOB with a modest corkage charge. The decor won’t get you excited and there are only a few tables, but the crowds are still happy to wait in line. Huge bowls of pho are one of the main attractions, although the short menu covers most of the popular Vietnamese classics from rice paper rolls, grilled nem nuong sausages and bánh xeo pancakes to shredded meats on steamed rice and spicy bun bo hue (a pork/shrimp paste broth with thick rice vermicelli noodles). The kitchen also goes walkabout for tom yum soup, Thai curries and pad thai. VS isn’t really built for a special occasion, but it’s great for a quick bite before a West End show.