Little Brother, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Tucked away in Little Collins Street is Vietnamese restaurant Little Brother. The intimate two-story abode offers a modern take on delicious street food style Vietnamese dishes from crispy fried prawns to creamy curries. Not to mention the neon lit bar offering refreshing cocktails. It all makes for a very exciting evening, which we were recently invited to experience.

Once you travel up the stairs inside Little Brother Vietnamese you are welcomed into a dim lit space with bright florescent pink lights accenting the walls. It feels almost like a jungle as bamboo railings on the ceiling are wrapped in leafy vines, with little bird cages hanging from the window, making it feel quite summery yet whimsical and cosy. You have the option to dine in and enjoy delightful dishes or sit by the bar and enjoy Vietnamese beers and tangy cocktails. The upbeat music echoing in the space isn’t too loud making it easy to converse creating an overall lively atmosphere.

Soft and spongy steamed bao buns filled with crispy chicken or pork with the added crunch of nuts and zesty salad are refreshing starter. An absolute must try is the prawn and rice flake tempura, the batter takes crunchy to the next level which contrasts perfectly against the juicy, meaty centre of the prawns. The ever-delightful edamame beans are on the menu with a citrus twist, coated in a lemon crust, making every bite a little sour and deliciously crispy.

Moving onto mains, the mouth watering yellow curry is creamy and flavoursome with a pungent smell of coconut wafting in the air. We went for the optional chicken addition (the curry is vegetarian by default) – tender and succulent meat which makes every mouthful a delight. It’s further complimented with fresh grated carrot which adds a lovely crunch. Steak lovers should try the beef fillet. The tender steak is cooked to your liking, and so lusciously tender that it melts in your mouth. It’s coated in tamarind sauce which adds a stunning sweet and sour flavour to contrast against the smokey meat.

If you enjoy a sweet treat you’ll want to take a look at Little Brother’s cocktails. The mango martini mixed with vodka and salted coconut syrup is a sweet and sour lovers dream, so refreshing and revitalising. Also worth trying is the raspberry and ginger mojito. It’s a vibrant pink and very minty twist on the classic and tastes great.

Little Brother Vietnamese is worth a visit, not only for the delicious food and drinks, but also for the warm and intimate atmosphere, which makes for a comfortable yet deliciously stimulating dining experience

Little Brother

429 Little Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9670 0192
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Wed: 11:00am to 3:00pm
Thu – Fri: 11:00am to 3:00pm; 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Sat: 5:00pm to 11:00pm

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Celeste
Celeste
Celeste is a Melbourne native who has a deep passion for art and live entertainment. She is currently completing her final year of her Journalism degree at Monash University with hopes of becoming a lifestyle writer. She aims to inspire people to immerse themselves into new cultures or to simply try something new. Her extrovert personality sparks her love of listening to people and hearing their experiences furthering her appreciation for feature writing and storytelling. When Celeste isn’t writing she is either painting, singing, reading Harry Potter, attending art exhibitions or exploring Melbourne’s nightlife.

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