A casual series of the cheap eats that Fatbee and I have been exploring on our lazy work-week nights. Why cook when we can feast like kings so cheaply?
Vietnamese food post covering a Pho shop in Melbourne Emporium (CBD), and an old-school Com Tam (broken rice) joint in Footscray.
Co Thu Quan’s a Vietnamese eatery inside Little Saigon Market with an utterly unfamiliar menu of interesting (but very good) Vietnamese street food dishes.
I’ve been neglecting this life-saving noodle soup dish for too long, so it’s time to satisfy my hankering for it at Pho Hung Vuong Saigon in Footscray.
Had a Vietnamese-style ‘brunch’ at this delightful little corner store in Footscray. Having congee (chao) for breakfast has never felt so fun!
Attended this incredibly fun MFWF event courtesy of its coordinator, Lauren. Funnier still, Fakegf volunteered as a rickshaw puller!
Contemporary Vietnamese joint in the Docklands with fresh flavours and reasonable prices. I liked the bun cha and rice paper rolls there.
Trendy Vietnamese bar in Prahran with affordable prices, fast turnovers, and a decent selection of street-inspired food.
Phoenix is the 2nd venture by the hugely popular I Love Pho 264 group, with a menu that extends beyond the realm of pho. Loved the grilled beef vermicelli.
Part 2 of a whilrwind tour of Melbourne eateries that I took a visitor to: Duchess of Spotswood, Pope Joan, Coin Laundry, Twenty & Six, St Ali.