Looking for a Vietnamese Restaurant in Melbourne? Our Dining Guide give you a list of the best Restaurants from right across Melbourne and suburbs. It's that simple!
Located in the heart of the urban jungle of Richmond, Botherambo will take you on a culinary adventure that will entice your taste buds. With a range that boasts popular Asian dishes made with locally sourced ingredients, this will be a dining experience you will never forget.Botherambo has a variety of beautiful spaces perfect for private celebrations which offer options from an intimate dinner for 8 to cocktail parties of 150 people, and plenty of other group sizes in between. The location is perfect for events, just a stones throw from Richmond Station, one stop from the city and has a tram stop directly out the front which makes it very easy for guests to travel to and from Botherambo from anywhere in Melbourne.
The Smith is one of Melbourne’s best gastropubs.Located on one of Prahran’s best known streets, The Smith is focused on quality, offering a contemporary, produce driven menu where simplicity equates to casual sophistication.The team in the kitchen and front of house, led by chef and owner Michael Lambie with business partner Scott Borg, is made up of some of the most respected hospitality professionals, each committed to providing a fun, memorable and entertaining experience in an unpretentious environment, with modern design, a stunning fit out, and a thought leading approach to quality cuisine.Affordable enough to enjoy every day and memorable enough for every special occasion, The Smith is consistent, unwavering and focused on offering the complete hospitality experience.
Xeoms are Vietnam’s ubiquitous motorcycle taxis, and the drivers know where to find the best food. Before work they’ll be scoffing a steaming bowl of pho. For lunch, they grab a fresh crunchy pork-filled roll. At dinner relaxing with their families, they share plates of noodles, broken rice dishes and salads. And of course, downing beers with their mates and playing bau cua ca cop, a Vietnamese dice game. If we had Xeoms in Melbourne, the drivers would be whisking you here. Loud, brave and edgy, this place not only looks good, it tastes even better.The menu at Xeom is not big but what it does, it does right. All the regular dishes are here with the emphasis on authentic flavour, freshness and integrity of ingredients as well as some modern twists options. As for our pho the base stock is based on grandma’s recipe according to Khoa, Xeom’s ebullient owner. It’s fragrant odour is redolent of old Vietnam. When playing the Vietnamese dice game, bau cua ca cop, Xeom drivers like a sure bet. At Xeom, you can bet on the pho – you will never lose.Soak in the ambience of industrial chic, watch your meal being lovingly prepared in the open kitchen, check out the motorcycle hand washing basin, viral on instagram. The authentic street food is not just authentic and cheap, it’s great. Service is fast and friendly. Grab takeaway or better still, sit enjoy the bold décor over a cheery nutritious meal. You never know, someone may ask you to join in a game of bau cua ca cop.Xeom drivers say, “We’re all work and no break but when we break we make it count and we booze up, Vietnamese way!” Sure, the Vietnamese way means conviviality, friendship and fun. At Xeom, Vietnamese beer is well represented and reasonably priced and our food is designed for sharing, so come gather with a bunch of mates, down a few, and relax into the evening. We’re open till late – see you at Xeom!Vietnamese love their rolls, light and crisp and so delicious when filled with juicy pork, crunchy soft shell crabs or tofu coleslaw, glistening white and slippery. Add the freshest vegetables, optional chilli and you have a no fuss meal fit for a king or better still, a Vietnamese Xeom motorcycle cab driver. These guys know where to find the best food and they’ll find it at this edgy Smith Street Vietnamese street food joint.Watching his grandma cook back in Vietnam, Kho dreamed of bringing real home-style Vietnamese food to Australia. Xeom is his dream come true. Serving authentic Vietnamese food in an Australian context, a place of which his grandma would be proud. Whether it be a sexy roll, a noodle soup based on an authentic home-made stock or something green, Xeom will deliver you a memorable meal.
The Publican offers the very best in cocktails, spirits and craft beers.Upstairs has been transformed to ensure a club experience that needs to be seen to be believed…Indulge the senses with “Ms Banks” and our all new modern Asian fusion menu in our amazing dining hall.Last but certainly not least, the Publican boasts the biggest and only balcony on Main Street perfect to eat, sip and people watch from open till close.FUNCTIONS AT THE PUBLICANThe Peninsula’s premier and most unique venue. Enjoy fantastic food with a huge range of craft beers and incredible cocktails, all served with style & flair, in an atmosphere with some of Melbourne’s Best DJ’s playing Friday and Saturday nights.Whatever your upcoming special event is, allow our dedicated functions team to not only meet but exceed your expectations ensuring your special event is nothing short of spectacular!
Amazing food, fresh, good service and well priced with plenty of choices.
Our menu features a very personal showcase of Vietnamese Cuisine.A rich and diverse cuisine that exhibits a wonderfully intoxicating combination of the raw and the cooked, the hot and the cold, the sweet and sour. Light, fresh and healthy, dishes to be savoured and dishes to be shared.We hope you enjoy the experience.
Home to Melbourne’s favourite pork belly and more for over 10 years, Red Spice Road has been dedicated to serving the best food Asia offers, in a buzzing and energetic communal dining environment. Red Spice road has repeatedly been named as home to Melbourne’s favourite pork belly. At the restaurant, you’ll get a South East Asian-style dining experience with all the energy of a busy Asian metropolis right in the heart of Melbourne.From the moment you step inside Red Spice Road, you’ll be transported away from Melbourne’s (quite probably) dreary weather and feel like you’re in the heart of Asia. You’ll be dining under our famous red lantern, surrounded by three large scale David Bromley artworks and stunning murals by up-and-coming Melbourne street artist, Mike Eleven.
Tom Phat is a charming local restaurant situated in the bustling suburb of Brunswick, Melbourne. Eclectic and authentic in its aesthetic, you’ll find the atmosphere perfect for a quiet drink or a catch-up with an old friend, a romantic dinner or just a good coffee with the paper.
Luxsmith is seddon's new kid on the block, serving up the best of modern asian cuisine.Now open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and functions.
Misschu tuckshops are the first of their kind anywhere in the world and can be described as a modern day hawker takeaway with high end food at a low price tag. Designed for the modern eater on the go, misschu currently offers home or office delivery in Sydney and Melbourne CBD via electric bicycles.
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