Modern Vietnamese restaurant The House of Ho has been doing cracking business since it opened its doors two years ago. And now they've revealed plans to open a second massive flagship store - at the southern end of Charlotte Street. They'll be taking over the five floor site on Percy Street previously occupied by the Caprice Holdings restaurant Bam-Bou and will open it as The House of Ho in December.
Seems the new opening is part of a larger roll out of the restaurant. They're rebranding the original restaurant (and presumably opening more restaurants) - it's now just called "Ho".
The new menu includes:
- Minced Pork grilled on Lemongrass Skewers, Caramel Sauce - 6.5
- King Crab & Creme Fraiche Croquettes - 8.5
- Black Angus Fillet wrapped in Betel Leaves - 8.5
- Apple smoked pork belly, soft egg, asian greens - 14
- Hanoi grilled Red Snapper, hot & sour broth - 24
- Fresh giant prawns, flaming hot pot, Vietnamese greens, rice noodles - 28
Plus there are cold and hot rolls and dumplings too.
The House of Ho opens 1 December at 1 Percy Street, London W1T 1DB. There will be a soft launch with 25% off food until 9 December. The rebranded Ho is open now on Old Compton Street. Keep up with their news on Twitter @houseofho