This is the most famous Vietnamese rice noodle shop in Melbourne, with many branches in Australia. The rice noodles in this restaurant are very delicious and the light Wagyu beef broth is really super delicious. There are a lot of time to taste here, you may have to wait for a seat, but it is still worth it.
This is a Vietnamese rice noodle shop in Melbourne. The most famous one is chicken rice noodles. The chicken breast is torn into pieces. The rice noodles cooked with vegetables and fresh chicken soup are really fresh. The rice noodles are smooth and elastic, and they are absolutely delicious.
This Meejiang Niuhe House in Melbourne’s Chinatown is a very famous Vietnamese rice noodle shop. Here you can taste authentic Vietnamese rice noodles, and the beef used here is Australian beef, so the taste is more delicious, very delicious and worth recommending.
It seems that there are quite a few shops where cats are going to line up. This and the rice noodles next to it are also available, and not just Chinese. By the way, the Chinese food in this area near Chinatown is...too much, there is no rush to go abroad. If you like pho or offal, please try it. The soup is delicious. We didn't choose the most recommended beef noodles. The chicken noodles we wanted were chicken liver and chicken heart. Vietnamese rice paper rolls are a bit inferior, it seems that the authentic taste is just this...Although it looks good, only fans are the only ones who import it.
I can't forget it, although I have returned to China now, I miss the taste!
This Meijiang Niuhe House has a small opening, with only one room. It is not prominent among many restaurants, but there are many customers. In addition to East Asian and Southeast Asian people, there are also many Middle Eastern and European people. The waiter in the restaurant has a Chinese face, but he can't speak Chinese. Of course he is Vietnamese. The menu I brought up was full of English mixed with Pinyin-style Vietnamese, and I really couldn't figure out what it was. When asked the waiter if there were beef ingredients in English, the waiter saw that I might be Chinese, and immediately turned the menu over, but it turned out to be a Chinese menu, indicating that there are many Chinese people who come to the restaurant to consume. The ordering of Vietnamese beef pho is actually quite simple, it is based on the pho, plus some meat ingredients, and then order a drink. Meat ingredients mainly include chicken meat, beef and beef offal, as well as pork, fish balls and vegetables. The beverages are mainly Vietnamese beverages such as smoothies, squeezed juices and black coffee, as well as some Chinese beverages such as soy milk, coconut milk and Wanglaoji.