Best places to eat in LondonShare: Looking for the perfect foodie spot when you visit London? We've got the capital's best cafés, pubs andrestaurants for you to peruse.
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The best restaurants in west LondonGo VietSouth Kensington
Going for a Vietnamese in the UK usually means a relaxed café-style experience – perhaps a quick, nourishing bowl of pho, thestaple noodle soup. Chef Jeff Tan has lifted the experience at Go Viet to something more akin to a special occasion. Soft leatherbooths, a neutral colour scheme and flattering lighting create a soothing effect. The menu is equally upmarket, with delicate,aromatic flavours in dishes such as carpaccio scallops balanced with punchier offerings, like Jeff’s 16-hour slow-boiled beef bonemarrow pho or the seemingly simple appetiser bí mat tomato, which requires peeling cherry tomatoes and marinating them in 10different herbs over 10 hours. Good-quality ingredients, preparation time and exquisite presentation are key.Must try slow boiled beef-bone-marrow and chicken phoTo start £4.20-£10.80Mains £10.80-£18.80Desserts £5.50-£6.80