Vietnamese Food

vietnamese bun cha recipe

RECIPES | This Vietnamese Bún chả recipe is based on a dish we tried while travelling a few years ago. It has a beautiful balance of fresh herbs, lots of noodles and smoky pork. Traditionally this is served without the lettuce however I like the extra freshness and crunch it

anchovy richmond review

MELBOURNE | Anchovy Richmond is a little gem in the Bridge Road dinning scene. Owners Thi Le (Chef) and Jia-Yen Lee have drawn upon their South East Asian roots and their experience at venues such as Town Mouse, Cumulus Inc and Supernormal to create a flavour packed menu which utilises

uncle melbourne cbd

MELBOURNE | Balaclava favourite Uncle recently opened a second location, at the Parliament Station end of Collins Street and, being fans of the original, we were keen to check out the CBD spot when invited to the launch party. For those who are unaware, Uncle is a modern Vietnamese restaurant

vietnamese rice paper rolls recipe

RECIPES | These Easy Vietnamese Rice Paper rolls are by no means traditional, they are simply my way of creating a quick and easy meal with leftover ingredients. They’re light, healthy and great for the warmer weather. Preparation Time: 15 minutes  / Serves 2-4 Ingredients 1 packet of rice paper

hao phong footscray

MELBOURNE | Hao Phong is a Footscray institution that’s always full of people enjoying the wide array of authentic Vietnamese and Chinese dishes on offer. The restaurant, like many others in the area, is has a relatively bare bones fit-out while service is neither particularly friendly or rude, it is,

xoia echo park

LOS ANGELES | Xoia is the child of husband and wife duo Jose Sarinana and Thien Ho, both literally and figuratively. It’s their daughter’s name, who a dipping her shrimp chips in salsa. Xoia specialises in traditional Vietnamese food, along with as assortment of fusion dishes that incorporate Mexican flavours

gooddays brunwsick review

MELBOURNE | GoodDays Brunswick brings a much needed Asian flavour to Sydney Road’s ever diversifying food scene. It’s fitting with the area – a small chic space with seating for 25 people and sleek lines, tiled floors and high plastered ceilings that pay homage to the building’s heritage while giving

vietnamese pho recipe

I discovered Pho in my early 20s when I was working in a predominately Vietnamese area in Perth. I would often finish work late and the only place open was a little unassuming Vietnamese restaurant. The restaurant was tiny, white tiles on the floors and walls and only 4 tables with

Authentic Vietnamese street food in Melbourne has traditionally been found in suburbs such as Richmond and Springvale, with CBD venues typically limited to franchises such as Roll’d and Baget which have more of a fast food feel to them. As a result we were very interested when we were invited by The

vietnamese cooking experience otao kitchen

OTAO Kitchen is a Vietnamese cooking school run by Ha Nguyen and Ricky Hewton on Richmond’s Victoria street, which is well known for its Vietnamese restaurants and grocery stores. I was invited to attend one of the cooking classes late last year and keenly accepted, given my love to Vietnamese food