ABOUT HOUSE OF HO

The House of Ho, a fusion of traditional and modern Vietnamese cuisine in the heart of Soho, London. This 90-seat site is fun, informal, sexy and moderately priced, showcasing a modern Vietnamese menu and some dishes with a ‘Bobby twist’.

Available for bookings Monday to Saturday from 12 noon to late we also cater for large bookings or private parties

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The House of Ho will transport you to the bustling cities of Vietnam via some kick-ass cocktails and seriously delicious sharing plates.

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MEET BOBBY.

Half Chinese, Half Egyptian, brought up between England, Egypt and San Francisco, Bobby Chinn is one of the most exciting chefs in Asia. Always passionate about food, he was taken under the wings of various cutting edge San Francisco Chefs – Hubert Keller, Gary Danko and Traci Des Jardins – Learning his trade through osmosis and travel. He now owns his own restaurants in Hanoi and London. He has recently filmed the 5th series of World Cafe Asia for discovery and has been awarded Best Entertainment Presenter at the Asian Television Awards.

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Bobby Chinn’s Vietnamese Food

“What Bobby doesn’t know about Southeast Asian food is not worth knowing” – Anthony Bourdain

Renowned for subtle yet bold, fresh and clean flavours, Vietnamese food is at the height of its popularity. One of the most enthusiastic and respected exponents of modern Vietnamese cuisine is Hanoi and London-based restaurateur Bobby Chinn.

Bobby Chinn describes Vietnamese food as being as near to Nirvana as he can imagine – fresh clean flavours, light and healthy and incredibly diverse.

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IN THE PRESS…

The Nudge:

Effortlessly combining a laidback, candlelit atmosphere with attentive staff serving up saké; cocktails like the Ho’rny Devil (a combination of lemongrass vodka, coconut and Vietnamese devil’s chilli); and a menu of affordable, modern Vietnamese sharing plates ‘with a twist’ like shredded duck with banana blossom; apple smoked pork belly; chicken wings; seafood ceviche and ‘shaking beef’, this is casual, moody Southeast Asian dining gone good.

Telegraph Luxury:

The caramelised smoked pork belly with braised cabbage is a sticky delight whilst the lemongrass monkfish is fresh and fragrant. The shredded confit duck and banana blossom salad is also a must. For dessert, the molten Marou chocolate cake is the perfect end.

Fay Maschler – Evening Standard:

A short menu is a thing of joy and Chinn’s steady involvement presumably means it will chop and change. Six choices under Light & Raw, Hot & Grilled and Ho’s Dishes are served in quite small quantity, for reasonable prices (£5.50-£14). Incidentally, the staff are cheerful, nimble and well informed. Claire (blonde bob, sense of purpose) lifted our first dinner during the soft opening into another realm

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THE HOUSE OF HO.

“Food was excellent – bright and flavourful and complex.”

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THE HOUSE OF HO.

”The House of Ho will transport you to the bustling cities of Vietnam via some kick-ass cocktails and seriously delicious sharing plates.”

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COCKTAIL OF THE MONTH: ‘Ho’ rny Devil.

Ingredients
25ml Lemongrass Vodka
25ml Chillied Infused Vodka
25ml Cocunut Water
10ml Lemongrass Syrup

Garnished with a coconut rim and a Vietnamese Devil Chilli

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Monday 12noon–10.30pm
Tuesday 12noon–10.30pm
Wednesday 12noon–10.30pm
Thursday 12noon–11.30pm
Friday 12noon–11.30pm
Saturday 12noon–11.30pm
Sunday 12noon–10.30pm

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