Ando: B was employed to take some photos at this new restaurant and I was lucky to be invited to assist. Situated right opposite Sydney Olympic Park train station, this restaurant is striving to deliver vietnamese cuisine with a modern touch. Arriving early in the morning, we found that there was plenty of light throughout the restaurant. The bright green and white furniture assisted in their desire to be “simple and fresh”.
A great thing about this restaurant is that their website allows you to make online orders for pick up. The owner also operates Diem Hen in Canley Heights.
Grilled pork bread roll ($9).
Roasted pork bread roll ($9). The bread was not too crunchy and had a soft element to it. I couldn’t get enough of the pork!
Vietnamese spring rolls – 3 per serve ($5). These tasted like my mum’s spring rolls. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
King prawn rice paper rolls – 2 per serve ($7).
Minced king prawn on sugar cane vermicelli salad ($17). Cooked with the sugar cane on, the sugar cane was taken off when the dish was served.
Spring rolls vermicelli salad ($16).
Grilled pork ball vermicelli salad ($16)
Pho/ Combination beef and chicken noodle soup ($12). Best of two meats in one dish at an affordable price.
Shakin Beef with rice ($17). Fried rice is $2 extra. I grew up with shakin beef and thought the beef was cooked perfectly.
Grilled pork with dry egg noodles ($16).
Grilled pork rice dish ($14). Fried rice is also available for $2 extra.
Special fried ice cream ($12). The pastry was sweet and portion was of a considerable size. I would definitely go back to get this dessert.
3-7 Murray Rose Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127
(02) 8746 0141
Disclaimer: The Lamstock dined as a guest of Vn Fresh. Opinions are however, our own.