Yummi Desserts

Cabramatta Moon Festival 2010 was on and we intended to eat our way through it.  Starting at 11am we eased ourselves in with coffee and sweets at Yummi on Park Road.  Walter had custard apple shake, while I had a Vietnamese iced coffee, which was sweeter than I’m used to, but very, very nice.

Banh Uot

Barely an hour later, lunch was at Que Huong in the Belverdere Arcade.  Walter had banh uot, which was thick rice noodles, with cha lua, nem, bean sprouts and other vegies topped with fish sauce.

Hu Tieu

The owner recommended hu tieu and that’s what I had.  Glass noodles with a combination of meats, pork, prawns (quite a common mix).  The soup had a strong salty flavour which I really liked and the burnt garlic and onion really lifted for me.

Fruit salad

Only another hour later, we had dessert at a new place, Cafe The Duyen in a laneway off John Street. After so much eating I settled for a cleansing fruit salad.  It was fresh and tangy.  Washed it all down with Vietnamese hot coffee (made with a layer of condensed milk).

Vietnamese coffee

Yummi Sweets
Park Road

Que Huong Restaurant
16/70 John St
Cabramatta NSW 2166
(02) 9723 9916

Cafe The Duyen
4/98 John St
Cabramatta NSW 2166
(02) 8764 8394