House of Ho’s ‘Rock n Roll’ brunch is a value for money menu of modern Vietnamese street food with bottomless Prosecco, need we say more?
For £29pp House of Ho, just up and off of Wardour Street, offers a well sized three course brunch a welcome lychee bellini and unlimited Prosecco. A couple of the signature dishes are an additional £6 per dish which can bump up the total to £70 if you stick to just their brunch menu alone which can be pricey for some shared dishes on a Sunday afternoon – but we were stuffed before before we’d even finished the first course of 3 sharing plates each. Getting through quite a few bubbly refills of prosecco by this time maybe helped fill us up!
Warming us up with crackers, edamame beans and our welcome cocktail definitely set the tone for a chilled brunch watching the people go by from our window seat. House of Ho has a very relaxed vibe, with many a family and stroller taking up seats inside as well as some young groups nursing hangovers and couples kicking back with their brunch menus.
With 7 small plates to choose from, it was an easy decision to simply pick the one dish we didn’t fancy (we dropped the Chicken Salad from our choice) and go with 6 to share between us. Sometimes set menu’s can come out rushed and lack lustre, churned out as quick as possibly for a quick buck, but each dish here was a decent size and was delivered with care.
The ‘Shaking Beef’ signature dish was beautifully tender with a rich barbecue flavour which we absolutely loved.
We just about managed to squeeze in dessert, a Lemon scented creme brulée, whilst knocking down a few more bubbles before we left.