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Been there a couple of times, V Good and a nice light alternative to an average Chineese or Thai. Local food blogger Hollowlegs rates it and she knows her SE Asian food.Shame it's not in a more promising location, it's a bit off the main drag.
Excellent place. Regularly go there on weekends for a good Vietnamese baguette.Can't see anything wrong with the location myself. Not far from Deptford Bridge or the high street is it?
Love Panda Panda. The sandwiches, summer rolls and bubble tea are my favourites. The noodle soups and salads are good to and amazing value and around a fiver.
They are also at Brockley Market from this Saturday onwards
I love this place. We often pop for lunch on days off work - great value and really tasty. Their milkshakes are also amazing, if a little fattening! I can't see anything wrong with the location at all - being off Deptford High Street is a good thing imo - I despise walking down there, getting begged off/harassed by people drinking outside the (far to many) bookies
Brilliant. And they do bubble tea as well.
Love Panda Panda! Can't wait to see them at Brockley Market!
I adore Panda Panda (+ have one of their T-shirts for being a loyal customer). Especially love the chicken baguette with chili and peanuts and friendly service. And there are regular updates on any changes via Facebook.
I'm a regular and love the grilled pork noodles; no matter how often I think to myself that I should try something different, I always order them and never regret it. Also a big fan of the bubble teas and fruit puddings. Great value too.
you take your life in your own hands when you negotiate the pondlife on Deptford broadway..only for a sandwich..stay in Brockley
"Take your life into your own hands"?!? OMG it's hardly that bad! OK, yes along Deptford HS there are beggars sometimes but around Deptford Broadway and that big junction, the biggest threat to you is the masses of speeding traffic....
Love this place. So good they named it twice!
And the Vietnamese coffee is really good - superstrong coffee with (condensed?) milk - yum.
What exactly is "bubble tea"?
Rave Reviews!Must go there.Why no giant plastic Panda though?Could be anywhere in London.
Bubble tea is a flavoured drink - it can be tea, fruit juice, anything you like really - with tapioca starch balls. These 'bubbles' or 'pearls' are little spheres of squidgy chewy tapioca. Bubble tea is very popular in East Asia and a lot of Japanese and Vietnamese restaurants do it. There is also Bubbleology, London's first bubble tea café, which makes a variety of different flavours. http://bubbleology.co.uk/I'd just like to add that the whole Deptford hate vibe going on is tedious. The reason why homeless people hang out down that end of the broadway is because the 999 Centre is at the end of the road. (http://www.999club.org/site/deptford.php). Let's just hope none of you ever need its services.
just want to agree with the rave reviews - it's delicious and super cheap! am delighted that they're at the market now - though not sure how i can choose between them and luardos! will have to have two lunches every saturday!
GemaNot sure if your comment was aimed at me but I have nothing but respect for the 999 Centre (I was homeless myself when I first came to London). My comment re the High Street was about the constant harassment off people outside the bookies -it's quite offputting when you're trying to walk along minding your own business! Never been harassed by anyone outside the 999 - usually just get a 'hello darling' when walking by :)
The food here is amazing!
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