What better a catchphrase for one of Sydney's coolest new(ish) eateries, Miss Chu. This Vietnamese tuckshop/hole in the wall has decor made up of little more than glorified milk crates as seats, but the fresh, delicious menu more than makes up for it.
Self professed 'Queen of Rice Paper Rolls' they are pretty spot on, and are the best rice paper rolls for their price anywhere in this here town. I'm a sucker for the young coconut rice paper roll, complete with Miss Chu dipping sauce.
They've nailed some important 'F' words - fresh, fast, fingerfood! Miss Chu's do more than their raved about rice paper rolls and dumplings, including a vermicelli beef salad, vegan options, prawn, tofu, crab and everything in between. And of course, Vietnamese Pho is on the menu.
The Miss Chu empire has already expanded from its humble Bourke Street, Darlinghurst address to include a location at the Opera House, plans for further Sydney tuckshop-eries and has already ventured into Melbourne.
This place is great to grab a quick bite to eat on the go, or to sit down with friends and as they say, "you ling, we bling", which they will dowithin 1km to your home or office on their electric scooters.
The electric scooters aren't their only nod to good deeds as they use Fair Trade ingredients and support Oxfam.
On top of all this they do some damn delicious catering! What isn't to love!
Whatever the weather, get on down, or ring on up Miss Chu for some cheap and very cheerful Vietnamese, tuckshop style.
I was shown this place when I was interning in Sydney last year, it was a definite favourite amongst all the girls in the office. They took me down one lunch time so I could try it, and I can understand what all the fuss was about! I had some delicious dumplings, and I love their beef salad! Will definitely be heading back here next time I'm in Sydney.