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Bang Bang Canteen serves a range of Vietnamese street food with signature dishes including lobster pho; and steam boa and fish sauce wings.
The restaurants design has a Vietnamese Colonial French style, with an industrial feel. A film noir theme is apparent throughout the interior which is reflected on its menus, napkins and social media.

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MON

11:30 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:30

TUE

11:30 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:30

WED

11:30 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:30

THU

11:30 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:30

FRI

11:30 - 15:00, 17:00 - 22:30

SAT

12:00 - 16:00, 17:00 - 22:30

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By Andrew M.

Just had an amazing lunch at Bang Bang Canteen, got treated to the Pork Boa's and Pho noodles. Well worth the visit even if you are not based in the area.


By Alija L.

Best restaurant I've ever been! The service has been excellent! And so fast! Thanks guys to put a bit of color on this boring Warren Street! Highly recommend!


By Lucy T.

This place has a great vibe, helpful and friendly staff, tasty food and very reasonably priced. We shared a starter, 2 mains and 2 drinks and it was only £10 each. Definitely going back and I have been telling all my friends.


By Lucy T.

Nice vibe, excellent service, tasty food and very reasonably priced. 1 starter main 2 courses and 2 drinks was only £10 each. Definitely coming back and I have been telling all my friends.


By Kit K.

visited this place last week with 3 friends. Booked a table via phone and got given a booth seat so we could see the open kitchen. Staff were friendly and helpful and our fav dishes of the night was the spring rolls, chicken wings, lobster pho (it looked like it was taking a bath!), buns (bao?) with lemon grass pork and bao with lime leaf chicken - so so flavoursome...and finally the crab noodle...very different and tasty. not something i've had before. Looking forward to going back again :)


By …. ….

Disgusting! Caramelised Pork Belly sounds nice - reality was beige fatty sludge. I know pork belly usually is fatty but this was extreme. I'd say it was bland, beige and boring only the taste wasn't quite bland, more school dinners - not a tasty dish. It's left a bad taste in our mouths, not only literally but also because we've shelled out a fair bit for a box of grim food that ended up in the bin.


By Van V.

Visited Bang Bang with my girlies one several occasions now. Forget about the Hot & Spicy soup, we go just to check out the 2 Hot & Spicy guys who run the place ???????? Both charming & funny & very talented. Thankx guys for bringing a cool vibe to Warren Street. Food and interior great too!


By London G.

Love the vibe and decor of this "canteen" I went with my boyfriend, we was abit disappointed that they were sold out on a few dishes that we wanted to try, how ever was very please with the dishes we did have, I had the spring rolls and the papaya salad to start and beef pho for my mains and my boyfriend had bun hue which went down a treat! Will be returning again, and hopefully they won't have sold out! P.s MrsBunnsy I think you're confused between cabbage and green papaya, as we didn't have the same problem as you! :)


By Angela W.

Booked table for 8 at Bang Bang, the food and service was ace, their Lobster Pho which was recommended is a real treat. You guys need to get on Instagram lol


By Mrs B.

This is some of the worst food I've had in London. We got a takeaway. I ordered "tofu and tomato" and my boyfriend ordered a Vietnamese chicken curry (ka ri). There was absolutely no sign of tomato in my dish and the sauce was inedibly salty. We got a papaya and prawn salad to share too. This had no papaya in it at all and the prawns were cut in half to make it seem like there were more of them - there were actually three. The salad was just shredded carrot and cabbage.

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