Minh Hai is a small and cheerful restaurant in Sydney's Chinatown. Out front the fluorescent sign with a jumping dolphin is hard to miss, and inside is packed with students looking for a cheap meal. There are 48 items on the menu each with a coloured picture to help you choose.
Great restaurant. This place isn't very pretentious and the decoration is pretty simply, in fact there isn't much of it. Never the less the staff are very polite and welcoming and most importantly the food is really tasty and very very cheap. For the price you pay you get huge portions, that are considered for one person, but I can't imagine anyone eating so much food. Definitely worth a visit with a couple of friends.
This place might be good for a student's meal, but I really wasn't impressed by it. The food quality was below average and the services was pretty slow. I really don't think I will be coming back again.
Tried this place for the first time based on a recommendation. It looks like a dodgy asian restaurant (often they do the best food) so don't be put off. They are super quick at everything - to get me seated, to take my order and for my order to arrive. The food was good and great value.
When you're in a hurry and need something to fill up your stomach, this place would be your best solution. They offer a variety of Asian food, and once you give them your order, your food will be there in a lightning. And the taste? They're quite good, actually.
You'll be surprise with the varieties of food they offer in the place. I come back every so often. Good food, good price, good service. But not for the 'fine-dining'experience. This place is more for the 'on-the-run'people.