Banana Tree in Soho is home of fantastic food and great drinks from the Indochina region. This award winning eatery offers fantastic dishes from many of South East Asian countries, include Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos and the peninsula of Singapore and Malaysia.
Talented head chef William Chow has worked tirelessly for over twenty years, constantly refining and improving their already innovative menu. His aim is to make sure that the Pan-Oriental dishes on offer are made in the healthiest way, without any compromise on flavour. The herbs that are used are taken from Thailand, Vietnam and Mekong, a region in Cambodia. The Peninsula of Malaysia is responsible for the wide range of rustic dry spices mixes that brings each dish to life.
Browse through the menu of this Soho restaurant to find a selection of dishes, include the fantastic ‘Fresh Indo Herb Wraps’, served with Nem Noung coriander meat balls, crispy chicken, or spiced chilli beef, as well as fresh Batavia lettuce and the fabulous Nuoc Cham dipping sauce. The main courses offers the delicious ‘Blackened Monk’s Noodles’, a vegetarian dish that can also be altered for vegans. Enjoy wheat noodles with a load of tasty, crunchy vegetables, egg and tofu, then cooked in their yummy blackened sauce. This comes with Viet pickle. A sweet corn cake and sesame rice crackers.
The talented team here have created a revolutionary menu to satisfy all tastes! Book now to try Banana Tree in Soho for yourself!
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Fridays, Saturdays, Bank Holidays or Celebration Days. These include, but are not limited to Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day and during the month of December. The tastecard offer is available on the a la carte menu only and does not apply to the express menu or any special offer that the restaurant runs. NO BOOKING IS REQUIRED (they do not accept bookings, customers should NOT call but instead walk in unless in a group of 6+).