Below is a list of the top and leading Vietnamese Restaurants in Newcastle. To help you find the best Vietnamese Restaurants located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Newcastle’s Best Vietnamese Restaurants:
The top rated Vietnamese Restaurants in Newcastle are:
- Le Dynasty Vietnamese Restaurant
Le Dynasty Vietnamese Restaurant
Le Dynasty Vietnamese Restaurant offers Vietnamese delicacies. It was established in Newcastle since 2000, many have come to not only enjoy but embrace their intricately prepared dishes. Vietnamese cuisine is famous for being nutritious and healthy and due to its delicately textured tastes, it is fast becoming the Asian food option in Australia. To experience authentic Vietnamese cuisine, a visit to Le Dynasty is the perfect choice.
Entree, Vegetarian Dishes, Soup, House Specialities, Chicken, Prawn, Beef, Seafood, Pork, Rice, Banquets
“Absolutely delicious. Had the satay tofu and the salt and pepper tofu as a starter and it was absolutely devine. Worth every cent. Staff was super friendly too. Highly recommend!” – Sammstein M.
Vietking – When combining the culinary techniques of different regions of Vietnam, regal outdoor and indoor seating areas, and the talent and flair of Chef and Owner, Hanh, Vietking offers customers a delectable dining experience.
Located on vibrant Darby Street Cooks Hill, Vietking is customer’s convenience to have fun and indulge. Perhaps begin in the lounge area with a cocktail saturated by modern Asian flavours, or choose from the magnificent wine cellar list.
At Vietking, the generous menu will see customers leaving both impressed and satisfied, from the first to their last course, at an affordable price.
Vietnamese Food Menu, Vegetarian, Chef’s Choice, Banquets, Drinks List
“Lots of vietnamese food. Plenty to try and also have to eat in Vietnamese way. Prices are reasonable. The place is spacious and good customer service. Its all in the main happening place of Darby street.” – Shishir Kabir
Roll’d – Food in Vietnam is always new and fresh. Every morning thousands of people stuffed their baskets into their overly crowded local wet markets to buy fresh fish, meat and vegetables, to take home and cook their desired morning meal. They repeat this process just before lunch and dinner. If they were not home, then they’d eat someone else’s home cooked food at one of thousands of street-eats scattered on every corner and every street of Vietnam. At every Roll’d store, customers will experience the very same home-made essence and fresh authentic Vietnamese street food inspired taste with a twist for modern Australia.
Roll’d is an Australian success story, with restaurants bringing their food to lunch breaks in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. In just six short years Roll’d has grown from a solitary story in the Melbourne CBD to more than 60 countrywide. Each restaurant has the same focus of quality food, using the freshest ingredients every time. They saw that the lunchtime market was desperate for an alternative to endless Chinese food and sushi rolls of non-specified age in bain-maries. Something that was fresh and healthy, while being simple to eat in the midst of a hectic day. Their Soldiers®, also known as rice paper rolls, have become synonymous with workday lunches for thousands of people nationwide.
Roll’d is very passionate about making authentic Vietnamese food, but they also understand that Australian tastes and appetites aren’t the same as in Vietnam. That’s why customers will find not just the best in fresh Vietnamese cuisine, but also other favourites such as spring rolls, sweet potato fries and iced coffee. They take pride in ensuring that customers will get the most for their money every time they eat with them.
Soldiers®, Pho, Bahn Mi, Bun, Goi, Bao, Rice Paper Rolls
“Located in the Greenhills food court upstairs, everything is fresh and delicious. If you’re looking for a light snack or lunch and don’t want to feel stuffed, the rolls and salads can be made to order by a friendly and helpful staff. And don’t be afraid to experiment with the sauces, they’re all yummy. But make no mistake, this is no heavy, starchy western food.” – John C.
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