Not one to be pinned down, street-food hero Lisa Meyer has found a home for her famous Vietnamese steamed buns, but this new address isn't permanent – the building in which she's currently based is set to be demolished at the end of 2013. For now, however, you'll find an expanded menu of buns, with namban chicken and melt-in-your-mouth slow-braised ox cheek joining traditional Yum Bun staples of pork belly and portobello mushrooms. Customers can mix-and-match (two for £6), but for a reasonably priced fill-up, plump for one of the bento boxes (£7.50), which include two buns, vegetable gyoza, miso soup and a small salad. The tiny little space is standing-room only, so customers generally eat on the hop; in theory, punters can also take their food into Rotary, the 1970s-themed bar/diner next door.
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