Sheesh. You blog about Glasgow’s new Vietnamese canteen a couple of times before it opens and then you go on holiday (Istanbul. Lovely, thanks. Great, spicy, BBQ mackerel rolls and unbelievable pickled plums. No really).
Anyway, where was I? Oh yeah, you take your eye off the ball and come back to find that Glasgow’s first Vietnamese has only gone and opened.
With sections covering street food; stews, pho noodle soups and bahn mi super sarnies, the menu is short and to the point.
With the exception of the seafood pho at £10.50, most of the dishes are priced between a fiver and a tenner – not quite Ho Chi Minh City prices but pretty darn reasonable for Glasgow.