The closest I’ve gotten to visiting Vietnam involved a 13 day trip to Thailand where one girl fell through a burning ring of fire, another missed her flight because she was busy buying an adapter in Boots and I ended up stranded in the Middle East for 24 hours. Although I’d love to impulsively buy…
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Mam is Colin Tu's latest culinary venture. Inspired by the street side food stalls found across Vietnam, the restaurant serves delicious Vietnamese barbecue dishes to its hungry diners, alongside a handful of authentic dishes found in the bustling streets of Hanoi.
The new restaurant is based in West London's Notting Hill and promises to hold tradition close to its heart. The venue is split into two areas, with a cocktail bar at the front and a well-lit, airy conservatory dining area in the back. Decorated with simple colour tones and hoping to capture the same serene mood found in riverside restaurants in Hanoi, the entire space is brought to life thanks to the many green plants lining the walls and ceiling.
Of course, Tu's menu steals the limelight here. The main focus will be on seasoned cuts of meat, all placed on a skewer and cooked on a robata grill. Alongside that, guests will have the chance enjoy belly-warming bowls of pho and rice bowls topped with sticky ribs, eggplant or pork belly.
- Happily Affordable ££
- No door charge normally
- No Minimum Age
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Mam, 16, All Saints Road, W11 1HH
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