Cuisine: International, Thai
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20

At The Sun & 13 Cantons you'll find a fusion menu of Thai Isaan and Lao cuisine. Its name? Jeow Jeow.

A popular watering hole in Soho, this place is always buzzing with people looking for an after-work pint. Escape the hoards of people on the patio and head inside to the cosy restaurant, complete with comfy booths, tiled walls and some seriously moody lighting.

Turn up the heat with their moreish fried chicken in chilli jam or the veal and pork meatball skewers. Keep it hot with their fried Winterborne trout that comes with chilli dressing and reviving celery and fennel. Or, feed your inner daredevil with their devilled lamb faggot in tamarind broth.

If it's all getting too heated, apply some cooling cucumber with their sweet and sour cucumber salad. An ice-cold beer doesn't sound like a bad idea either!

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Jeow Jeow
The Sun & 13 Cantons
21 Great Pulteney Street
Soho, London W1F 9NG

Open Hours:
Mo: Closed
Tue - Fri: 12pm till 3pm / 5pm till 10pm
Sat: 12.30pm till 10pm
Sun: Closed

Phone: 02077 340934
Website: www.jeowjeow.com

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Jeow Jeow
Location: Soho
Cuisine: International, Thai
Mains: £10-£20

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This pop-up restaurant in the pub was absolutely brilliant. You would never think to have such excellent Thai/ Laos food in a traditional British pub. Every dish was an explosion of flavour and the presentation was very nice.

The service was attentive and laid back, not pushy but always there if you needed something.

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Yemi Arole

The food was fantastic and service was okay. I was expecting a sit down meal and was surprised at the fact that to order an alcoholic beverage I had to visit the bar in the pub section rather than through the waiter/waitress.

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Hmmmm... the reviews I'd read online didn't match at all my experience at the restaurant. The food was really sub-par, just had one element of spice - like really really hot, otherwise it was quite one dimensional the food. the dessert was really gross - the fried bananas were like eating bland cardboard.

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Absolutely loved the food here. Perfect blend of citruses, spices (none too hot) and fresh ingredients. Particularly liked the sausage :P

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We had a lovey time at JEOW JEOW! The article was great and gave good recommendations. The food was fresh and well seasoned and overall I would recommend this place and will definitely come back!

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We either chose the best day to go or the worst day (it was super sunny outside so we were only one of 2 groups of diners at anyone point!).

Upon arrival the husband of the duo was very attentive and made us feel very welcome from the get go.

We had a vague idea as to what we would eat based on reading the menu online but, out of all the dishes we had in mind, we only stuck with one of them, as the menu was explained in great detail regarding what would work well with what and how many portions. You can tell it's a real labour of love between the husband and wife team; he really enjoyed explaining the menu to us, the concept and their travels around Asia, which was appreciated. The only comment I'd have is that we had to ask for a minute to discuss what to get, as he was ready to place an order the moment he'd finished the explanation. He was so sweet we felt a bit bad for needing a moment!

For the rice, we chose a portion of sticky rice with fermented fish and pork dipping sauce. While the sauce had the consistency of a chutney rather than a dip, it was so flavoursome. The sticky was light, yet sticky - it stuck together well but didn't feel too sticky which I find can be the case sometimes, unfortunately. One portion was enough for the two of us but you could easily order two versions of the rice and not feel overly full afterwards.

Our snack was a chicken skewer work lettuce leaves and fermented greens, with the technique being to wrap a piece of meat on the lettuce leaf along with fermented greens. My only tip would be to not over do it with the fermented greens as it can over power the rest of flavours but, as it was presented in a small dish, the warning to not over do it was there!

Our next dish which arrived just before the curry was the duck and liver laap, which I really enjoyed due to the fresh, clean, citrus and spicy flavours. I hate the taste of liver but this was done so well, I hadn't realised I was eating liver until I checked the menu halfway through. It's easy to hide the amount of meat in a dish like this due to all the other ingredients but, there was plenty of duck on offer and I've never had duck crackling but it was tasty and really nice to have a bit of added crunch in the dish.

For our last dish, we ordered the beef cheek curry which was amazing! A real melt in your mouth kind of dish, with a good amount of sauce to use for your rice and laap (although definitely not needed for the latter).

We both left feeling so satisfied but, if we were to go again, we would definitely order a couple more things because it was just so tasty and between two, our 4 dishes could easily have been 6.

A really enjoyable meal and such a good price - our meal came to just under £19 including service charge. Drinks were not included as the money goes to the pub itself.

Unless you're feeling really inclined and want the Jeow Jeow team to get you your drinks at the bar, you might as well walk a few feet to grab the drinks yourselves. They're more than happy to as they have a curated drinks list but, the husband was so nice to else, we didn't want to take advantage of him.

I would happily recommend this to anyone looking for something a bit different with food that suggests you should be paying more than you already are.

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Jack Tang

The food was good, particularly the snacks / starter section. The waiter was a nice guy but was very unmotivated, on his phone and didn’t really want to be there.

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This pop-up restaurant in the pub was absolutely brilliant. You would never think to have such excellent Thai/ Laos food in a traditional British pub. Every dish was an explosion of flavour and the presentation was very nice.

The service was attentive and laid back, not pushy but always there if you needed something.

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The food was absolutely amazing.

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Clean and punchy flavours. We didn't have a dud dish.

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