The Vietnamese Kitchen at Nothing Like It Hardy

Posted on March 6th, 2018
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The Vietnamese are here… cooking, cutting, colouring, contouring – its all happening at Nothing Like It Hardy!

Cut & colour? Some microdermabrasion or a tattoo? A blow-dry which will make you feel a million dollars? Why not throw in a Vietnamese foot massage, and top it all off by some delicious Vietnamese food? 

I went for an early supper to try out the latest venture of the Vietnamese “gang” at Nothing Like It last week. In between cutting and colouring, blow drying, foot massaging and tattooing, the resourceful David is managing a Vietnamese kitchen with Chef Luam.

The food is incredibly tasty, simple but authentic, fresh and healthy. We had some Vietnamese “pies” to start with, deep fried but filled with delicious vegetables and served with yummy dipping sauces. For main course our party tried different dishes, from curries to stir fries to Nam Pho soup with noodles and beef. We also had some divine fresh spring rolls which are served with a tasty chilli sauce and soy sauce, so good that I had to go back and order more for a take away a few days later!

All the food is freshly prepared and served either at tables in the small restaurant which has been set up outside the Salon, or you can order a take away provided that the restaurant is not too busy at the time. The venue is open and airy with enough tables to cope with the lunch hour rush. The ambience is relaxed and the food is served on lovely white bowls and plates. Juices and fresh drinks are available to complement your meal.

The opening hours are 11 am – 7 pm with last orders at 6 pm. And the prices are incredibly reasonable – I totally recommend giving it a try!