Made In Saigon, Northbridge

PERTH | I was wandering around Northbridge looking for street art a couple of weeks ago, and stumbled upon hole in the wall Made In Saigon, a day before their grand opening.

Tucked away in a converted single car garage on Little Parry Street, Made In Saigon specialises in coffee and bánh mi. It’s run by mates Ray (the coffee guy) and Horih (the street art guy, and creator of all the art you see in the cafe).

I was on my way to lunch at nearby Vincent Wine, but of course I couldn’t not grab something. I went for the roast pork bánh mi, and iced Vietnamese coffee. Both quality, with some epic crackling on the roast pork, which is made fresh each day. There’s also things like pandan lattes, Vietnamese egg coffee, and special breakfast bánh mi.

Check ’em out if you’re in the area.


Made In Saigon

12 Little Parry Street
Northbridge
Western Australia 6000
Australia

Telephone: 0412 098 888
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 7:00am to 2:30pm

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