The name is an anagram of ‘love’, and pristine Velo’s motto is ‘love making food’ – in this case a line-up of traditional Vietnamese street fodder at very fair prices. The brief menu touts various versions of the famous pho noodle soup (with all sorts of permutations), banh mi (roast pork ‘baguettes’), vermicelli, summer rolls, green papaya salads and assorted one-plate dishes such as lemongrass chicken on rice. To finish, there are some curious desserts involving sweetcorn and suchlike, while drinks include special Vietnamese coffee and best-selling Naked Juices. Velo also has a few techno tricks up its sleeve: ordering is done with the help of electronic touch-screen monitors, and you can check how your food is progressing by consulting another screen above the counter; you can even keep your payments organised and topped up with a special VeloCard.
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