Gosh, seems like so many new Vietnamese restaurants are opening outside the Cabramatta ‘ghetto’: Bay Tinh, Great Aunty Three, Red Lantern on Riley and a still relatively newish Bau Truong, Marrickville.  Could it be that Vietnamese food, so long tipped as the next big thing, is going to finally make good on the potential?

Miss Chu, with a new tuck shop at 501 George Street  and Great Aunty Three, opposite the Enmore theatre are successfully capitalising on Sydney’s love of Vietnamese street food.  Streets of Saigon is the latest entrant, according to them,  Streets of Saigon evokes “the rustic street stalls along the bustling footpaths of Saigon… [so] you can now immerse yourself in the fresh and aromatic flavours of Vietnam”.

Expect the standards including pho and fresh rolls.

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According to owner, Tu Anh Nguyen, after moving from Vietnam, she longed for the taste of quality street food from the open markets of Saigon.  In opening Streets of Saigon Nguyen said her motivation was to “bring the delicious street foods that I grew up with to Australia using traditional recipes and true Vietnamese flavours… Streets of Saigon serves what I would serve to my family”.
One thing that won’t be like the authentic tastes of Vietnam will be the absence of MSG.
Sttreets of Saigon’s decor draws inspiration from every region of Vietnam, including colourful plastic seats, coiled temple incense and vibrant, busy signage.
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Noodlies, Sydney food blog should pay a visit soon!
Streets of Saigon
Level 5, Sydney City Westfield (Wrap & Roll was previously)
Ph: 8072 7050
Mon-Wed: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, Thu: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sun: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm