I think I may have just found one of the best wings in town.
In Chinatown, that is. We were wandering around those parts during Chinese New Year looking for a quick lunch, when we spotted this little gem just off Wardour Street called Viet Food.
A creation by Jeff Tan, one of the ex-chefs of Hakkasan, Viet Food is exactly what it says on the tin, and looks inviting from the outside with big airy windows which leads into a small downstairs section with cozy wooden interiors.
Sweet, juicy and succulent, their chargrilled glazed lemongrass wings are what every Vietnamese chicken wing should aspire to be. Just thinking about them is enough to make me want to hop on the tube and brave the swarms of tourists for another bite. It’s a wing ting.
However, the pho (which was the reason we went into the shop in first place) although was good it wasn’t quite as tasty, but you can’t help what you’re craving pho sometimes can ya? (Couldn’t help myself – sorry not sorry!)
I mean, just look at them.
If you’re after possibly the best wings in town, or just some really good quality Vietnamese Street food, I highly recommend checking them out!
Viet Food | 34-36 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1D 6QT,