Hoang Lan: Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine Served With A Smile

Hoang Lan: Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine Served With A Smile

Huy

Authentic cuisine served with a smile

AN NGON MIENG – In Vietnamese, Hoang Lan means Wild Orchids. That is a combination of the names of the restaurant’s owners. Huy (his surname translates as Wild in English) is the talented chef and his partner, Lan (Orchid), looks after the front of house. ‘That’s why we like to have orchids decorating the tables,’ he smiles. The couple are passionate about their native cuisine. ‘Our dishes are light and healthy,’ explains Huy. ‘We use fresh ingredients and lots of herbs, such as basil, coriander and mint. And if customers prefer to add more spice, that’s not a problem.’

For those unfamiliar with Vietnamese food, Huy recommends the spring rolls – ‘I think they’re nicer than the Chinese version!’ – the Pho soup and any of the ‘sizzling’ main dishes. And for something traditional, the seabass with either mango, tomato or garlic sauce: ‘We only fry the skin a little bit, it’s delicious.’

Hoang Lan has been open for a year, it is licensed (Vietnamese beers are excellent), open for lunch and has a takeaway service. Huy and Lan have attracted a loyal clientele and, if their enthusiasm and charming service counts, the restaurant deserves to be a huge success.

Hoang Lan – Vietnamese Cuisine
129 Askew Road,
Shepherd’s Bush W12 9AU
+442036634217
info@hoanglan.uk
http://www.hoanglan.uk
Hoang-Lan-Vietnamese-Cuisine-W12

Hoang-Lan-Vietnamese-Cuisine-W12
Hoang Lan – Vietnamese Cuisine
129 Askew Road,
Shepherd’s Bush W12 9AU
+442036634217
info@hoanglan.uk
http://www.hoanglan.uk

About Editor

Online editor at Keep Things Local

KEEP THINGS LOCAL IS A MEDIA BUSINESS WITH A UNIQUE LOCAL FOCUS

The company publishes four flagship magazines (Chelsea Locals, Chiswick Locals, Richmond Locals and Hammersmith Locals) with more launches planned in London and across the UK. The prime focus of each of these quarterly magazines is to showcase and support the independent traders and small businesses who do so much to give these areas their individual retail character and community spirit. This is achieved through dedicated advertorials which are written, designed and photographed by an experienced team lead by Neil McKelvie.

In every issue, these advertorials are complemented by feature articles which turn the spotlight on different aspects of neighbourhood life and interviews with notable local figures.In addition to appearing in the magazines, every advertorial is also published in the Keep Things Local newsletters, on the website and on social media. Get in touch to be featured in our Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring issues.

Meet the Locals

Newsletter

Receive offers and news