Vietnamese grill restaurant CôBa will be opening their first UK branch in London this October.

CôBa is the brain child of Vietnamese-Australian founder, Damin Bui. The entire menu is inspired by his mother who was a Vietnamese refugee arriving in Australia without knowing any English.

The word CôBa comes from the Vietnamese word for ‘auntie number three’, which is what Bui’s mother was called in the family.

Bui created the entire menu, inspired by traditional recipes passed down from his mother. Barbecue meas, noodle salads and soup noodles have all made it onto the menu for the restaurant.

He is also keen to point out the Damon gives his staff 100% of service charge going to staff as well as a share of profits.

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