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  • Au Lac Gourmet Vegetarian Restaurant

    Who would have thought that a restaurant serving imitation meat could be so popular with vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike? Au Lac Gourmet Vegetarian Restaurant in Dickson has certainly proved that you don’t need meat to attract punters, and with a rising trend towards veganism in recent times, for both health...

  • Bach Dang Restaurant

    If you're looking for real Vietnamese food, you've got to head to Sydney's south west. Located just around the corner from Canley Vale station, the Bach Dang Restaurant has been serving up traditional dishes since its doors opened in 1982. The restaurant is perfect for large group dining as it's...

  • Banana Palm

    Banana Palm takes Vietnamese cuisine to exotic heights as fusion cooking techniques are combined with pan-Asian classics. Chef and co-owner, Hai Pham infuses considered taste and style into every detail of the dining experience.…

  • Basil and Mint

    Basil and Mint in Neutral Bay is spacious and airy in design, making stepping through the door to this restaurant a welcome relief from rush along Military Road. The menu at Basil and Mint is extensive to say the least with 81 dishes to choose from which span not only...

  • Bau Truong

    Buzzing with the sound of delighted locals, Cabramatta's Bau Truong is a Vietnamese favourite for authentic and fresh flavours that invigorate all the senses. If variety is the spice of life, then diners should eat at Bau Truong daily, serving over 100 distinct dishes that encompass soups, meats, noodles and...

  • Bay Bua

    A delicious find in the heart of Potts Point, Bay Bua restaurant has perfected its authentic Vietnamese dishes over generations. With a stress on luxury dining at an affordable price, the aromas of the unique dishes are spreading far and wide.…

  • Bay Hong

    Bay Hong restaurant has strayed from the typical, bringing a fresh and authentic interpretation of Vietnamese cuisine to the streets of Surry Hills. The matriarch of the family has brought all her secrets to the kitchen, giving bright orange chopstick wielders some of the best Vietnamese cuisine this side of...

  • Chin Chin

    This perpetually packed restaurant on Flinders Lane serves fast paced, street-inspired Asian cuisine. The adventurous menu, under the guidance of executive chef Benjamin Cooper, has been designed with the hawker dining halls of Bangkok in mind, featuring shared plates great for communal dining. While the menu takes guidance from South...

  • Choices Vietnamese Restaurant

    Whether you are in the mood for a light pho, a fragrant stir-fry or a rich curry, Choices Vietnamese Restaurant in Manuka is sure to please with its extensive menu and welcoming atmosphere.…

  • Chu’s Restaurant

    Grab yourself a table at Chu's Vietnamese and Chinese Restaurant on Unley Road and order the salt and pepper soft-shell crab - trust us. The menu is extensive and covers everything from salads to stir fries to dumpling soups. The restaurant itself is bright and airy, with clean white walls...

  • Cochin

    Behind the imposing wooden doors lies a gem of a restaurant serving traditional Vietnamese cuisine at reasonable prices. Cochin's food is a fusion of Vietnamese and French traditions with many dishes designed to share. The Surry Hills' restaurant's rear garden with candles and palms is a great spot to dine...

  • Co Do Vietnamese Restaurnt

    With nearly 200 dishes on the menu ranging from Vietnamese to Chinese classics, dishes from Richmond's Co Do mostly hail from Vietnam's one-time capital, Hue. The dishes are packed with spice and heat, and there's optional blood and guts for the brave. If offal isn't your thing, go with something...

  • Dakbla

    There’s a reason why West End Vietnamese and Asian restaurant, Dakbla is packed every day of the week – it boasts a menu of more than 150 flavoursome dishes. So head along, close your eyes and pick a dish at random – it’s bound to be an adventure you won’t...

  • Dandelion

    Awarded One Chef Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2012- 2014Geoff Lindsay, of pearl fame, has transformed Melbournian’s love for Vietnamese food into an art form at Elwood restaurant, Dandelion. Polished concrete, warm brown hues and a climber garden intertwine to create this relaxed atmosphere, making it a perfect...

  • Dragon Den

    Dragon Den lures the strolling crowds of Darlinghurst into its two levelled restaurant with fresh, aromatic dishes for a tasty Vietnamese experience. The slow-cooked caramelised chicken with chillies, garlic and ginger is a house speciality and is presented with pizzazz, causing neighbouring diners to take an interest.…

  • Fat Noodle

    Coming to The Star via his Red Lantern restaurant and a television show Luke Nguyen's Vietnam, the well-known chef has opened Fat Noodle. Take a seat at the communal dining table and watch the star tossing noodles in the open. The menu offers a fresh twist on traditional recipes and...

  • Fat Noodle Brisbane

    Brisbane’s much loved Treasury Casino is home to Fat Noodle, the noodle bar driven by celebrity chef Luke Nguyen. Open 24 hours, the restaurant dishes up a vibrant mix of Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and Malay flavours. There’s pho, of course, plus seafood congee, sticky pork ribs and rice paper rolls....

  • fermentAsian

    Elegant Asian restaurants are rare, so fermentAsian is most welcome to the Barossa Valley and our state’s dining landscape. A worthwhile drive from Adelaide brings you to this world-renowned wine region, and awarded contemporary south-east Asian restaurant. Vietnamese owner chef Tuoi Do presents the likes of Barossa Black Angas beef...

  • Golden Sun Restaurant

    Golden Sun Chinese and Vietnamese Restaurant in Capalaba prides itself on excellent food and service, and has done so for more than 25 years. It's this reputation that keeps diners returning again and again to this elegant, welcoming venue. The owner/chef, a master chef from Hong Kong, is passionate about...

  • Griffith Vietnamese

    Simple and unassuming, Griffith Vietnamese Restaurant not only hosts a menu of delicious and ultra pocket-friendly Vietnamese meals but also a celebrity wall of signatures from politicians, journalists and sports stars.…

  • Hanoi Hannah

    For the best pho in Melbourne, head to Hanoi Hannah in Prahran. But beyond pho, Hanoi Hannah offers an irresistible selection of banh minh (Vietnamese baguette), fresh rice paper rolls, salads, cocktails and wines. The atmosphere is always buzzing, just like in the streets of Vietnam’s Hanoi. Hanoi Hannah has...

  • Hoang Hau Restaurant

    Although surrounded by several other similarly-priced Asian-themed restaurants, Hoang Hau nicely carves out its own niche in the eatery-dense suburb that is Kingston. Serving a winning combination of favourite Chinese and Vietnamese dishes, diners looking for something a liitle different should check out the specials board for a number of...

  • Huong’s BYO Restaurant

    West Enders have been raving about the food at Huong’s BYO Restaurant ever since 1977. This local favourite is renowned for its Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine and - to keep things as authentic as possible - employs a Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese chef to prepare each one. Inviting and...

  • iDO Kitchen

    iDo Kitchen is bringing fragrant Vietnamese fare to the lush tree-lined surrounds of Albert Park. What was once classic French restaurant L’Oustal has now been transformed into a cosy restaurant adorned in paper-lanterns and ethnic vases. Diners can savour share plates of sticky pork ribs, fried whole-snapper with coconut or...

  • I Love Pho 264

    One of Melbourne’s most beloved Vietnamese restaurants, I Love Pho 264 has developed cult status, and not just for its name. This funky eatery is one of the largest on Victoria Street, and diners flock here for the fragrant bowls of traditional noodle soup, along with a handful of other...

  • La Mint

    Take a restaurant from French colonial Saigon, mix it up with Sydney spunk and you have La Mint. This chic restaurant, tucked away at the end of a narrow cul de sac in the heart of the East Sydney restaurant precinct, blends the cultures and flavours of Vietnam and France...

  • Libertine Bar and Restaurant

    Paddington's Libertine is located in the historic Barracks, which is now a tres chic hangout and the destination dine on delicate French-Vietnamese cuisine and sip on hand-crafted cocktails. Visitors will luxuriate in French colonial/bordello-style surrounds dripping with antique chandeliers, rich red brocades and plush velvets. Libertine Bar & Restaurant is...

  • Madame Nhu

    From the owners of Xage Vietnamese on Crown Street comes Madame Nhu in the refurbished Galeries food court in the Sydney CBD. Southern Vietnamese food is Madame Nhu’s speciality with a focus on Vietnam’s classic postcolonial street food. If you’re a die-hard phở fan, Madame Nhu’s is up with the...

  • Madame Nhu (Surry Hills)

    Madame Nhu brings Saigon to Sydney and its Surry Hills kitchen pays homage to the glory days of post-colonial Vietnamese street food. Drop in for one of the best pho lunches in the city; the line of chefs dishing up fresh, fast fare to teeming masses of hungry diners is...

  • Mai Thi

    Venture to the Queensberry end of Lygon Street to find Mai Thi; a modestly priced Vietnamese restaurant boasting an extensive traditional menu.Servings are generous and good for sharing.…

  • Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant

    Take a trip to Hanoi at Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant in Launceston, only without the motorbikes. Authentic Vietnamese flavours rule at this quiant restaurant, with a varied menu that includes pho, claypot and stir-fry dishes, but diners love to start their meal here with the spring rolls, wrapped in lettuce leaves...

  • Miss Chu - Melbourne

    The self-proclaimed queen of the rice paper roll, Miss Chu has acquired a following in Melbourne's CBD after achieving cult-status in Sydney. This Vietnamese tuckshop serves a lot more than just rice-paper rolls, with a selection of Southeast Asian inspired goodies to eat there or take home. Like all the...

  • Misschu Opera House Tuckshop

    Dumplings are a Sydney staple and misschu does them in style on Sydney’s glittering harbour foreshore. Nahji Chu steps up from her busy backstreet Darlinghurst cafe to bring her famous handmade Vietnamese rice paper rolls and dumplings, stuffed with the freshest market vegetables (and, of course with no MSG) to...

  • Oanh's Kitchen

    An unexpected treat at the Glenferrie Road tram terminus, the recently renovated Oanh's Kitchen offers modern Vietnamese food that is imaginative and full of flavour. This Kew restaurant is elegant, simple and stylish.…

  • Pepper Leaf Asian Cuisine

    Pepper Leaf restaurant is nestled behind the shops in tranquil Tea Tree Gully and is an unexpected quality find. The dishes diverge from strictly traditional Vietnamese, but their unique touches are what makes them good. The salt and pepper squid and Mongolian lamb come highly recommended. It seems like the...

  • Phamish

    Perpetually packed Vietnamese restaurant Phamish is one of the most reliable restaurants in town - delivering authentic and affordable South East Asian delights, night after night. The local eating house has gained cult-like status among the echelons of foodie society, luring in the converted and the curious with its fresh...

  • Pho Le Vietnamese Restaurant

    Enjoy a taste of East Asia in Eastern Sydney at this popular Vietnamese restaurant. Pho Le, situated along the retail strip of Randwick Junction, has been a mainstay of the area for over 15 years. The interior is simply furnished, however the window decorated with ferns and bamboo and the...

  • Phuong

    They say “never judge a book by its cover” and the same applies for Phuong on Willoughby Road. Located in the heart of the Lower North Shore dining mecca Crows Nest, Phuong serves some of the most authentic Vietnamese on this side of the bridge. Recommended dishes include satay chicken...

  • Ping Eatery & Bar

    Taking its name from a children’s book about a spirited yellow duck who lived on the Yangtze River, this Port Melbourne Vietnamese/Thai restaurant is full of spunk. Ping Eatery and Bar is the perfect meeting place for a quick drink or a leisurely bite.…

  • Precinct Hotel

    The Precinct Hotel shows how you can teach an old pub new tricks through combining the flavours of Italy and Vietnam trumped by attractive dining areas. This Richmond restaurant has been freshened up, with a number of nooks and crannies to dine in and an outdoor courtyard for when the...

  • Quan 88

    With a myriad of choices available to diners in Richmond's "Little Saigon" restaurant strip, Quan 88 has cemented itself as a standout for diners in search of fresh and fast Vietnamese fare. This bustling little eatery is bursting at the seams with hungry diners each night after the duck pancakes,...

  • Red Lantern on Crown

    Look out for the bright-red exterior and dangling lamps of Surry Hills restaurant favourite Red Lantern, where treasured family recipes are brought to life. A standout among the trendy Mod-Asian restaurants of the area, Red Lantern offers an enticing menu of traditional Vietnamese, with interesting twists.…

  • Red Lantern on Riley

    Set within a designer space reminiscent of French Colonial Vietnam, Red Lantern on Riley offers all the favourites of the original Red Lantern (on Crown), with a greater focus on shared dishes. Mixed with the nostalgia of Indochine and the personal quirkiness of the Nguyen family, Red Lantern on Riley...

  • Red Lily Cocktail Bar

    Red Lily is an exclusive little bar tucked away in a quiet Darlinghurst backstreet, on Crown Lane. Positioned behind Luke Nguyen’s Red Lantern on Riley, Red Lily is a trendy nook to either have a drink whilst waiting for a table in the restaurant, or linger over Saigon street-style bar...

  • Red Lotus Vietnamese Restaurant

    An inspired contemporary Asian menu and sophisticated fitout sets Red Lotus Vietnamese Restaurant apart from other Fortitude Valley restaurants. Traditional Vietnamese charcoal cooking methods are used to create original dishes like sugarcane prawns and campfire beef, while tasting menus allow you to broaden your culinary horizons while sampling a range...

  • Red Rice

    Red is a lucky colour and you'll be pretty lucky if you stumble upon Red Rice in Fitzroy. The Vietnamese restaurant offers diners fresh, modern twists on classic dishes, with vibrant flavours, a relaxed atmosphere and good restaurant value. The menu presents tried-and-true favourites, gives them a contemporary kick and...

  • Rice Paper

    Not your typical Garema Place eatery, Canberra's Rice Paper stands out from the pack with its funky, modern interior and Vietnamese cuisine. Rice Paper is one of the newer restaurants of Garema Place and it is certainly a welcome addition. The interior is smooth and modern with tiled floors and...

  • Rice Paper Restaurant

    The former co-owner and head chef of the famous Saigon Bowl Vietnamese Restaurant in Strathfield, Anh Lam, has opened Rice Paper Restaurant on King Street. Fresh rice paper rolls are, not surprisingly, their specialty however make sure you order the sugarcane prawns with vermicelli, herbs and salad.…

  • Saigon Gates

    Saigon Gates is a casual Asian-style eatery in the restaurant metropolis of North Adelaide. Its sizeable menu offers a variety of well-priced options and you can choose the cuisine that fits your mood; the kitchen offers everything from Malaysian to Chinese and specialty Vietnamese dishes. Early dinners can be grabbed...

  • Saigon Rose

    As a bustling Vietnamese restaurant on Chapel Street, Saigon Rose is sister to the Richmond eatery of the same name, where diners can get a taste of Vietnamese fare alongside some pan-Asian flavours. Think specialty pho alongside caramelised salmon and Peking duck all served at a great price. While it...

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