With an average spend of £35 a head including drinks, Go-Viet is a more high-end sister site to Tan’s Vietfood, which opened in Soho in 2015.
The 60-cover restaurant is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, serving a modern take on Vietnamese cuisine.
Dishes on the evening a la carte menu include 24-hour slow cooked black gold beef cheek with five spices in oyster sauce and rock sugar; and grilled duck breast in Vietnamese curry, peanuts and vermicelli.
A more casual lunch menu ranges from £3.30 - £18.80 with a mix of small plates, buns, pho, salads and desserts. Dishes include summer rolls with wild king prawns; and a chocolate rock pudding.
Tan was previously executive head chef at Yuan at The Atlantis Palm hotel in Dubai, and later chef de cuisine at Hakkasan Mayfair from 2010-13 during which time the restaurant won a Michelin star.