It all began in 2003 when Vietnamese Kitchen’s founder Hieu Trung Bui introduced his Saigonese Uncle to the Asian restaurants in London. Unable to find dishes that represented the authentic Vietnamese food of their home city, he decided to bring true Vietnamese street food to London, and so Cay Tre, Old Street was born.

Viet Grill followed several years later, opening on Kingsland Road, which soon became known as the Pho Mile – home to the largest number of Vietnamese restaurants in London. With a large basement offering private dining and an intimate bar this Hoxton restaurant was their biggest to date. When the opportunity came along for a Soho site, a second Cay Tre was opened in Dean Street.

Keu delis are the latest addition to the family, serving the best Banh Mi and Saigon street food across the East, West and City of London

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