Mien Tay
Verdict based on 3 critic, 0 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
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Address: 122 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7729 3074

South Vietnamese restaurant on ‘Pho Mile’ on Kingsland Road.

Latest reviews of Mien Tay Shoreditch

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

2 July 2012

Don’t visit without ordering the barbecued quail – a quartered and blackened bird, marinated in spices and honey, served simply with a chilli and herb salad, and an aromatic dipping salt. Cutlery is definitely not required…

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andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

2 September 2008

Must-order dishes include simmered tamarind king prawns and a traditional Vietnamese pancake. The crisply fried rice flower and coconut milk crêpe (more like an oversized potato rosti than the type you’d douse with lemon and sugar) comes stuffed with pork, prawn and bean sprouts…

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davidsexton

David Sexton, Evening Standard

16 July 2008

Squid with garlic and salt made a delicious starter, as did a quartered quail, spicily marinated and irresistible to pick up and eat with the fingers. Steamed sea bass was a big, beautifully cooked whole fish, served on a platter, swimming in an enjoyable soy-flavoured sauce…

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What the Critics say

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

2 July 2012

Don’t visit without ordering the barbecued quail – a quartered and blackened bird, marinated in spices and honey, served simply with a chilli and herb salad, and an aromatic dipping salt. Cutlery is definitely not required…

Read full review »
andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

2 September 2008

Must-order dishes include simmered tamarind king prawns and a traditional Vietnamese pancake. The crisply fried rice flower and coconut milk crêpe (more like an oversized potato rosti than the type you’d douse with lemon and sugar) comes stuffed with pork, prawn and bean sprouts…

Read full review »
davidsexton

David Sexton, Evening Standard

16 July 2008

Squid with garlic and salt made a delicious starter, as did a quartered quail, spicily marinated and irresistible to pick up and eat with the fingers. Steamed sea bass was a big, beautifully cooked whole fish, served on a platter, swimming in an enjoyable soy-flavoured sauce…

Read full review »