There are only so many articles you can read about a restaurant before you feel you have no choice but to go and try it out for yourself. This is exactly how we ended up in House of Ho.
Situated in London’s Soho, House of Ho’s delightful fusion of traditional and modern Vietnamese cuisine comes courtesy of Kiwi chef Bobby Chinn. Whilst this may be Chinn’s first foray into the buzzing London market, one look at his CV, and the two hugely successful restaurants he has opened in the Far East, proves that this man knows what he is talking about.
The interior is as expected, urban in style complete with exposed brickwork, polished concrete and moody lighting, each element adding to the sultry atmosphere that draws you in from the word go. Whilst you can choose normal main-sized dishes, we are always a sucker for sharing plates and so instead opted for their smaller tapas style options. Even down to the crispy shallot garnishes, it is clear that Chinn has spent many hours ensuring that every detail he sends out is as delicious as the next. He can rest assured in the knowledge that he has succeeded.