Vietnamese food taken back to the basics makes this place stand out from the other locals. With a short and sweet menu, of fresh, insightfully prepared food, Minh Vietnamese brings simplicity to having a great meal out. Meals include: the red curry duck, salt and pepper squid, deep fried quail infused with vinegar and chilli, rice noodles in coconut dressing with pork, lettuce, mint and peanuts, or juicy mussles with sesame galette.
- Outdoor Seating
- Group Bookings
- Family Friendly
- Mains under $20
- BYO (Wine Only)
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The restaurant looks plain and unremarkable, much like many Vietnamese restaurants but the food they serve is rather the contrary to its interior decor. I must agree that their customer service could be improved. On a positive note, I noticed the restaurant is kept really clean and so were their toilets. We ordered 3 different rice noodles and all of them were really good. They were very tasty, slightly tangy and spicy but not overpowering. Portions were generous and satisfying. All of us left happy!
this restaurant is appauling. the service was s***, the staff was unwelcoming and did not speak a bit of english, i had to repeat my order 3 times the staff did not greet me and quite frankly the staff smelt like the staff didnt have a shower in over a week. i ordered a special combination beef noodle soup which tasted like a mix detergent and s***. the noodles were undercooked, traces of s*** looked like it was floating in my soup. oh dont even get me started on the portion. the bow was as big as a small coffee cup and the eating utensils were dirty and looked unwashed. my girlfriend who is vietnamese descent had even stated she was embarrassed to be vietnamese. this restaurant not only lacked substance, it lacked flavour and quite frankly was not up to par with even mcdonalds. the tables and chairs looked like they were picked up at a garage sale for $3 and were extremely uncomfortable. my experience at this restaurant has definitely deterred me from vietnamese food.