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  • We have a 10% off for online takeaway orders with Zwift on Wednesdays. Pickup Only.

    Go online at and order your meals. Enter the discount code wed10 and get your order 10% off.

  • We apologise to all our Menulog customers who have had their order cancelled by Menulog. This is beyond our control and in every instance we had already made your order which was ready to be picked up only to have the order cancelled. We have been endeavouring to sort this issue out with Menulog and have been awaiting a suitable response from them. However, after the cancellation tonight of another large order we realised the situation has become intolerable so we have cancelled our arrangement with them.

    Meanwhile we can advise that we have other food order and delivery services available. Unlike Menulog which charges a 30% commission on both deliveries and pick up which is equivalent to 50% markup many of these companies do not charge a large commission but add a modest delivery fee. Please check out our website at and compare the costs for your cheapest arrangement

  • We have been open for almost 4 years, 7 days a week and the last 12 months have been exceptionally demanding. Like everyone else in the hospitality industry we have also had difficulties finding new staff and our current staff are almost exhausted. Therefore over the winter period we are going to trial being open for only 6 days. We have decided that from the 25th of May our rest day will be Tuesdays when we will be closed all day. Hopefully this will give our staff a chance to reinvigorate. Thank you for your understanding and support.

  • Tết or Vietnamese Lunar New Year is on the 12th of February. In Vietnam the streets are full of flower vendors selling their wares of pots full of yellow, pink, orange and gold. We are catching a bit of that excitement with pots of marigolds and flower decorations on our moon gate.

  • Our new Alfresco dining area has been getting a lot of attention during these warmer days. Of course the Vietnamese have always enjoyed the pleasures of street dining and now you can also. Come join us and enjoy our authentic Vietnamese street food whilst watching the street life pass by.

  • Come at 5:30 PM tomorrow for a little bit of live music with Mark under our umbrellas