Owner      Toan      (pronounced      “Twan”) worked    with    his    sister    Linh    and    her husband    Colin    for    several    years.    He continues    a    restaurant    family    tradition from    his    parents’    iconic    Huong    Viet, N1,   est.   1995.   Huong   Viet   was   one   of the   first   in   London   to   serve   traditional food     to     locals     in     the     Vietnamese Community Centre in Dalston. Toan    left    Vietnam    in    1984    with    his mother    and    older    sister    Tam    to    be reunited    with    his    father,    Mr    Vu    and sister   Linh.   Linh   and   her   dad   had   left five   years   earlier   as   part   of   the   original boat people movement. Vu   viet   opened   in   2015   building   on   the standards set by Namo.
VU viet is following on from Namo.
Owner      Toan      (pronounced      “Twan”) worked    with    his    sister    Linh    and    her husband    Colin    for    several    years.    He continues    a    restaurant    family    tradition from    his    parents’    iconic    Huong    Viet, N1,   est.   1995.   Huong   Viet   was   one   of the   first   in   London   to   serve   traditional food     to     locals     in     the     Vietnamese Community Centre in Dalston. Toan    left    Vietnam    in    1984    with    his mother    and    older    sister    Tam    to    be reunited    with    his    father,    Mr    Vu    and sister   Linh.   Linh   and   her   dad   had   left five   years   earlier   as   part   of   the   original boat people movement. Vu   viet   opened   in   2015   building   on   the standards set by Namo.
VU viet is following on from Namo.