Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Sydney

Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Vietnamese Restaurants in Sydney. To help you find the best Vietnamese Restaurants located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Vietnamese Restaurants:

The top rated Vietnamese Restaurants in Sydney are:

  • Pho LV
  • Bay Hong
  • Madame Nhu

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Pho LV

Pho LV
Pho LV

Pho LV is located in the heart of Sydney CBD, next to the George Street Cinema, and just a few metres from World Square Tower and Town Hall Station. The restaurant is set within the new luxury serviced apartment Meriton buiding in Kent Street. Pho LV is one of the finest Vietnamese cuisine in the city.

Products/Services:

Spring Rolls, Summer Rolls, Cha Ca, Chim Cut Chien Don, Canh Ga Chien, Pho, Rice Sets, Tomato Rice, Vermicelli Sets

LOCATION:

Address15/545-551 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9268 0084
Website: www.pholv.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Delicious food. Attentive service. Reasonable price. We will definitely come back!” -Midnight Magic

Bay Hong

Bay Hong
Bay Hong

Bay Hong is situated in the dinning and entertainment precinct of Surry Hills, Bay Hong is a stylish restaurant for any occasion showcasing the best of modern Vietnamese cuisine.

Bay Hong restaurant has strayed from the typical, bringing a fresh and authentic interpretation of Vietnamese cuisine to the streets of Surry Hills. The restaurant continues a strong family reputation for fine food with a modern take.

Products/Services:

Spring Rolls, Spiced Pork Skewers, Ling Fish and Crab Crumbs, Roast Duck Rice Paper Rolls, Scallop Banh Beo, White Tofu BROTH, Chicken Classic SOUP, Cracker Duck Salad, Green Tea Sea Salt Calamari, Crispy Potato Prawn Salad , Vietnamese Street-style Meatballs, Lemongrass Chicken Curry, Beef Osso Bucco, Traditional-style Pork Belly with Quail Eggs, The Red Prawn, Beef On Veg, The Spicy Lemongrass Beef, Salmon Claypot, Tamarind Prawns, Duck 5-spice

LOCATION:

Address296 Crown St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Phone: (02) 9360 8688
Website: www.bayhong.net.au

REVIEWS:

“We loved this place. It’s a simple yet amazing little restaurant. The food was sensational. It is probably not the standard Vietnamese food you would expect, but yet it felt very authentic. The service was incredibly friendly and nice .We’ll be back.” -Daniele Severi Bruni

Madame Nhu

Madame Nhu
Madame Nhu

Madame Nhu is old Saigon in Sydney. They’ve been pioneering next-level Vietnamese since 2007. Step inside our iconic Indo-French villa-style eateries and let Madame Nhu take you back to a time when Vietnamese food was all about taste, quality and style.

They believe good food helps bring people together. Their food is fresh and high-end; simple but refined. Often considered one of Sydney’s best, their famous phở recipe is a jealously guarded secret. At Surry Hills you will also find original Asian-inspired cocktails and an impressive collection of Asian beers and liquor.

Products/Services:

Beer, Wine & Cocktails, MFC (Madame’s fried chicken), Caramelised slow-cooked chicken gà kho, Silken tofu with sichuan pepper salt and chilli, Salt & pepper squid with shallot and chilli, Vegetarian spring rolls, vermicelli, herbs, salad, Crab/prawn spring rolls, vermicelli salad, The Big Bowl bún: BBQ duck, spring rolls, nem nướng, Pho Noodle Soup, Goi Cuon Summer Rolls

LOCATION:

Address82 Campbell St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone: (02) 9212 3311
Website: www.madamenhu.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Really nice restaurant with a great vibe, staffs were friendly. We ordered the noodle bowls and we liked the beef noodle bowl more than the meat lovers. The chicken was not as great as the beef. The soup for the noodle soup was also great, no msg added. My friend said the coffee was the best he tried during the five days we were around Sydney.” -Matt Li

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