The food at Noi Vietnamese Eatery features great produce with amazing flavours. You will find distinctive Vietnamese flavours wonderfully accompanying good Australian produce in a range of dishes. We had a group of 19 people with various dietary requirements and everyone's taste buds were surprisingly catered for.
Our 'feed me' banquet began with a number of snacks - vegetarian spring rolls, honey butter fried chicken wings, crispy corn ribs, prawn dumplings and pork banh trang nuong. The prawn dumplings were steamed until just tender and served in a sweet smoked fish sauce. However, what really caught my attention was the banh trang nuong which looks like a pizza but with wood-grilled crispy rice paper as its base instead. Its toppings consist of slow-roasted pork belly, spring onions, fried shallots and a fragrant hoisin glaze.
After a short break, the mains started to roll out one by one until our table literally could not hold any more dishes. There was just so much food. One thing for sure, this eatery is indeed very generous. We enjoyed the chargrilled chicken, chilli salt lamb ribs, fried king george whiting, crispy eggplant, roasted cauliflower, green beans, morning glory and deep fried brussel sprouts. Yes, you read it right, brussel sprouts is actually on the menu, and to all haters of brussel sprouts, I would recommend at least giving it a go. Beautifully cooked in house-fermented chilli and honey sauce, you might just change your mind after trying it.
Located on Glen Osmond Road in Fullarton, Noi Vietnamese Eatery is very popular and bookings are definitely recommended either online or by calling 8379 3898. The availability of both onsite and street parking also makes dining in rather convenient.
The food looks delicious and the ability to try many dishes in the one sitting is very enticing. How dining in Australia has changed over the years, thanks to newly (relatively speaking) arrived citizens.