The House of Ho, Old Compton Street Rebranded as ‘Ho’

The House of Ho restaurant on Old Compton Street has now rebranded to ‘Ho’ – based on the sights, sounds and aromas of a Vietnamese kitchen.  The re-brand is ahead of the new flagship House of Ho restaurant which will open on Percy Street on 1st December. New Chef Director of the Group, Ian Pengelley will oversee both restaurants.

Ho offers a contemporary Vietnamese menu; Ian has stripped back the menu and uses the freshest of ingredients for intense flavour and vibrant colour.  The menu is split into six parts; Pho, Salad, Small Sharing Plates, Rolls, Ho’s Signature Sharing Plates and Sides.

Pho – a traditional Vietnamese broth served with special rice noodles, beansprouts, fresh mixed herbs, chopped chillies and scallions to garnish is available with vegetables, chicken, beef or seafood.

Small Sharing Plates – Crispy chilli salt squid with garlic crisps and Vietnamese dipping sauce, Soft shell crab served with ground peanuts and creamy spicy sauce and Salmon tartare with soy, yuzu, shiso quail egg and chilli.

Rolls – Pho cuon rice noodle rolls; Crispy skin trout with herbs, pickled cucumber and avocado and  Fresh summer rolls with herbs; Seared wild mushrooms tossed with herbs.

Ho’s signature sharing plates – ‘Shaking Beef’ – 30 day aged grass fed Aberdeen Angus, Roasted Chilean seabass in Vietnamese miso served with plum sauce and grilled lime, Pan fried smoked duck with black sticky rice, orange miso and young vegetables and Sous vide congee egg.

Sides – Seasonal stir fried Asian greens, Asian egg noodles and Kai Lan.

Jeff Lim, COO of The House of Ho said: “The rebrand of our Old Compton Street restaurant is the first part of the development plans we have for the Ho Group moving forward. I’m delighted to welcome Ian Pengelley to the Group as Chef Director and am proud to share his new menu with our guests.”

Ho, 55-59 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 6HW

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