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Cây Tre

42-43 Dean Street, London, W1D 4PZ 0203 589 1645

(((() Vietnamese
Main course: £8
Food spend: £20
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00. Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00.

Authentic yet cosmopolitan, Cây Tre serves delicious Vietnamese cuisine. A cutting edge dining room features funky drop lighting and glossy tiling, whilst a buzzing open kitchen offers a hint of culinary-style theatre.

Blending time-honoured customs and creative flair, the Cây Tre menu serves a diverse selection of flavours. Offering a colourful and nutritious selection of noodles, rice, pho and adventurous mains, Cây Tre restaurant favourites include charcoaled pork ribs with honey and lemongrass, or a simmering Asian mushroom hotpot.

Sourcing a superb stock of ingredients from across the British Isles, Cây Tre Soho serves daily-caught monkfish from Devon, or succulent squid from Dorset. Care and passion extends through to the wine list at Cây Tre Vietnamese, with a selection compiled by revered wine critic, Malcolm Gluck.

Offering the charm of street-food culture and contemporary styling, Cây Tre London is the place to be seen in the city. Piccadilly Circus Tube Station is 6 minutes’ walk away.

Cây Tre

42-43 Dean Street, London, W1D 4PZ

Contact +44 2073179118
Reservations 0203 589 1645

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4.5 (((() (based on 2 reviews)
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  • ((((( by from London

    Everything was excellent from beginning to end!! started with lovely cocktail and we ate so much that next day I did not have any lunch. It would be nice to see more places like Cây Tre, which successfully captures the excitement of Vietnamese food, and could be an every day restaurant.

  • ((((* by from London

    This is a good new Vietnamese restaurant on Dean Street and foodie highlights for us were salt and pepper squid & papaya, beef and Thai basil salad. Cay Tre restaurant is pretty slick and sophisticated yet has a relaxed, laidback vibe too.

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