25 May 2010

Miss Saigon ~ Vietnamese - Forest Road - Hurstville

The pho restaurant, not the musical.



Hong Kong Street Food Tour Day 4

If you find yourself in the vicinity of Hurstville and in the mood for some Vietnamese tucker then I highly recommend Miss Saigon. It's your basic hole-in-the-wall eat'n'run kinda restaurant, very popular, usually busy and appears to have a legion of dedicated regulars, I guess I am one of them.

Hong Kong Street Food Tour Day 4

Love those pho fixins, I particularly like the chili sauce here, mixed with some hoi sin, oh yeah.

I've been here about ten times but I have only tried the pho, it's dang fine. The menu is packed with street food standards such as bun thit nuong but I'm always in the mood for pho when I get here.

BACK AGAIN IN JUNE 2012...



Bun Rieu - about $10. A lovely rich fishy broth with tomato. Tiny crab rissoles with a nice lemongrass kick and pork slices. A new favourite. Highly recommended.



Shawn's had man flu which is ten times worse than lady flu, and needed a noodle soup cure. Egg noodle soup with crispy chicken on the side. The chook and the broth were great. The noodles were cooked well but coated in something salty. Not a favourite rendition of this dish but for $10 we can't complain. Even though we just did.

Hong Kong Street Food Tour Day 4

We've got a real soft spot for this place, we've been dropping in for years and it's always pretty busy. A great place to sit outside and watch the world go by. For sweeties there's a Chinese bakery a few doors down that does great pandan cake. The bakery across the road gets a queue for their Vietnamese rolls.

Miss Saigon is at 185c Forest Road Hurstville.

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1 comment:

  1. Interesting to see this one written up so positively. My Dad has been slating this place for YEARS and I've never eaten there - always go to Bankstown for Vietnamese food or now, if we don't feel like going that way, the other, newer Vietnamese place upstream on Forest Rd.

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for your comment joy - please keep your musings happy - if you want to complain about a restaurant please do it on a restaurant review site (or your own blog) - we're all about celebrating cultural diversity and the great eats that come along with it. Think Maeve O'Meara, not Masterchef :-)

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