Pho Nom | Tan Thanh Loi

Pho Nom | Tan Thanh Loi

Vietnamese food post covering a Pho shop in Melbourne Emporium (CBD), and an old-school Com Tam (broken rice) joint in Footscray.

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Co Thu Quan

Co Thu Quan

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.

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Pho Hung Vuong Saigon - Footscray

Pho Hung Vuong Saigon – Footscray

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.

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HM Quan

HM Quan

Had a Vietnamese-style ‘brunch’ at this delightful little corner store in Footscray. Having congee (chao) for breakfast has never felt so fun!

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Footscray Rickshaw Run 2014

Footscray Rickshaw Run 2014

Attended this incredibly fun MFWF event courtesy of its coordinator, Lauren. Funnier still, Fakegf volunteered as a rickshaw puller!

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Banoi

Banoi

Contemporary Vietnamese joint in the Docklands with fresh flavours and reasonable prices. I liked the bun cha and rice paper rolls there.

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Hanoi Hannah

Hanoi Hannah

Trendy Vietnamese bar in Prahran with affordable prices, fast turnovers, and a decent selection of street-inspired food.

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Phoenix Phuong Hoang

Phoenix Phuong Hoang

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.

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The Kicciboo Tales, Chapter 2

The Kicciboo Tales, Chapter 2

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.

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Quan Viet

Quan Viet

Love the remote location this Vietnamese joint is situated.. in Braybrook, Melbourne. Food’s good too! Even the rice paper roll’s different.

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