We are delighted to announce the Battersea branch of Vietnamese favourite Mien Tay are celebrating their sixth birthday this November with six new dishes.
In the past six years Vietnamese food has skyrocketed in popularity and as the first ever Vietnamese restaurant to feature in The Evening Standard, Metro and Time Out London Mien Tay can certainly hold claim to widening interest to their country’s cuisine. Mien Tay have served approximately a quarter of a million customers since opening, have received certifications from Parliament, hosted dignitaries, is a popular “night off” spot for local chefs, industry figureheads, food writers and celebrities and it’s unusual not to see a queue snaking down Lavender Hill from this humble and honest family-run restaurant.
Over the past six years patrons to Mien Tay Battersea have contributed to charity causes in Vietnam because a large proportion of their profits are channelled directly into their native country. Co-owner (and wife of Mr Su Tran) Mrs My Le has led assistance to children in poverty providing clothing, toys and school equipment, in poor villages they have built roads, bridges and financed maintenance to increase accessibility and they have also given direct financial aid to those suffering extreme conditions.
The new menu items are: Deep fried Monkfish with Salt, Pepper and Garlic, Whole Grilled Semi-Dried Squid with Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce (starters), Kohlrabi Salad with Squid, Pomelo Salad with Chicken and Prawn (salads), Whole Grilled Poussin with Honey and Herbs, Stewed Snakehead Fish (main courses)
6 bestsellers from Past 6 years: Fresh Rolls with Prawn, Vietnamese Chicken Clay-Pot Curry, Crispy Squid with Garlic, Chicken with Honey and Spices, Goat with Galangal, Quail with Honey and Spices.
If you would like further information on Mien Tay’s 6 New Dishesplease do not hesitate to contact Krista Booker