Kêu to open second site in Soho

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Shoreditch’s Vietnamese restaurant and takeaway, Kêu, will open its second London site in Soho on 15 September. The street food bar, serving up banh mi (filled baguettes), noodle bowls and buns, will take over 9 Poland Street, once home to the Burlington Café.

The menu includes classic banh mi like mortadella, pork floss, house chicken liver pâté, spiced pork belly, and ham terrine, as well as mackerel baguettes with daikon, coriander, and chilli mayo. There’s pork and ground beef buns, green papaya salad and spicy slaw on the menu too.

The 30-cover restaurant will also serve a range of wines and beers.

Kêu was founded by Vietnamese restaurateur, Hieu Bui, who also owns the much-loved Cay Tre restaurants in Old Street and Soho’s Dean Street, as well as Viet Grill on Kingsland Road, Shoreditch.


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