Cay Tre, Soho

  • DATE #69
  • Written by Emily Eaves (Guest Author)
  • 4 years ago
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The Vibe

Somehow Central London hasn’t quite mastered noodles – it’s either cheap Chinatown joints, or Wagamama-esque chains. Cay Tre is a welcome anomaly to this, nestled discreetly amongst the big dogs of Quo Vadis and Ronnie Scott’s on

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the increasingly desirable Dean Street. A relatively well kept secret of a place, the space is uniquely designed with a successful mix of Tom Dixon-esque monochrome, bright images and minimalist furniture. The presentation of the menu would make a graphic designer proud, whilst its contents offer some of the most creative Vietnamese dishes in the capital.

The Order

Unlike many Vietnamese restaurants, Cay Tre has an excellent list of suppliers so all dishes are made from fresh and quality ingredients which shine through in the colourful creations full of exotic flavours and tastes. The drinks list is impressive and wines by the glass are helpfully matched up with specific flavours from the menu so keep the list to yourself and wisely inform your date that peach and citrus of the Sauvignon Blanc will work brilliantly with the Papaya and Beef Salad. Start with La Vong Grilled fish which is cooked at your table and served on a bed of rice noodles. Portions are generous here so either share a selection of starters or make sure you save room for mains – the Phos (Vietnamese noodle soup) are a good lighter option and the side of Vietnamese fried rice comes with a duck egg and brown shrimps.

The Game

This isn’t a place you need to play. The staff are swift and smiling, whilst the excellent food can be both a talking point and a satisfying backdrop. It’s smart enough to be a dinner date and casual enough to act as a stop off. Enjoy the cocktails, avoid overeating and talk to each other about far flung plans of desperately wanting to travel round Asia, before gazing into each other’s eyes and in a moment of lustfulness agreeing to elope together to a tropical island ASAP.

The Faults

At busy times this place can get really noisy so try to request a quieter table near the back of the restaurant.

Sex Factor

3. The candlelight and sleek checked floors will get you giddy enough to collapse into his arms.

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