Saigon Soul is an iconic Vietnamese eatery located in Ascot Vale. The venue exudes informality, with the large space accented by rustic finishes.Read More
Named after a humble mother who’s love of authentic Vietnamese cuisine has been brought to Melbourne Cô Hạnh delights Melbournians with home style Vietnamese cuisine made from traditional family recipes passed on and serving the way it is meant to ay home.Read More
Formed by a bond of brotherhood between Brian Taing (founder of the Workshop Brothers brand), Thomas Ho, Jason Ngo and Hung Huynh and inspired by their love for street art and hip-hop culture, Homi offers a modern take on Vietnamese classics that everyone can love.Read More
A venue by internationally renowned Vietnamese chef and restaurateur, Ms Trinh Diem Vy, House of Hoi An brings decades of culinary experience and devotion to classic, impeccably prepared Vietnamese cuisine to Melbourne.Read More
Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of The Table Lamp.
Beef Tataki Rare seared eye fillet, shredded daikon, ginger, heirloom tomato, radish, micro herbs tataki
Cuisine: Asian, Vietnamese
Mark Eather lemongrass fish skewer
The skewers were another highlight. Sufficiently seasoned and flavoursome, the skewers had benefited from sufficient time on the grill to achieve the perfect degree of outer charring.
Vietnamese spring rolls, nouc mam Cham
Bo la lot: Beef mince wrapped in betel leaves