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Union vet is such a cute lil place! The food is very well priced and they have really good potion sizes. I always got some sort of summer roll and beef Pho as I'm a coeliac. There are a few other GF options too but...More
We had a craving for Vietnamese and chose Union Viet based on its good reviews. What a find it turned out to be! We rocked up only 30 minutes before the 9pm closing time, but we were warmly greeted, seated and very well served without...More
Booked a table for last night as my French, Amsterdam based friend is a huge fan of Vietnamese food. Service was friendly from smiley waiting staff, ambiance was informal cafe style, the food was tasty and fresh. Bottle of wine, one beer and 3 courses...More
We visited this little restaurant as we wanted somewhere central that catered for meat lovers and vegans and did not break the bank.
There was a good selection and the food was clearly cooked to order and was delicious. It was also very reasonable as...More
I found this delightful place online through tripadvisor - and to be fair its not really the sort of place you would pass and even if you did its a little hard to spot. But its worth making the effort, it really is.
When I first moved to London I visited the Vietnamese cafes on Kingsland Road on a weekly basis. Thus whilst I have never been to Vietnam I have eaten a lot of very good Vietnamese food. Unfortunately this place didn't live up to my expectations....More
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