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Published June 28th 2015
Vietnamese street food in the heart of Adelaide
When you walk through King William Road in Adelaide city, it is sometimes easy to get lost in the big picture, with large buildings lining the road as traffic, trams and bicycles move in a sort of rhythmical chaos. But if you look closely, you will find Viet Charm, where you can enjoy some traditional Vietnamese and Asian street food whilst watching the Adelaide world go by.
Image from vietcharm.com.au
This eatery's simple yet classic interior will make you focus on what's most important - the food. Crispy Hanoi spring rolls, Mee Goreng, fresh lettuce rolls and ginger chicken are just some of the few items you can order from their extensive menu.
There is something to suit any taste - from the strong and spicy to delicate and fragrant.
The service was prompt, really friendly and efficient, The food was very tasty and loyal to the menu's description. Waiting staff were always wearing a kind genuine smile and the place had a classy yet relaxed feel, with bentwood chairs and Vietnamese themed paintings. It's a great spot for catching up with friends, a romantic dinner, business lunches or a family outing.
The portion size is perfect, leaving you satisfied but with a little room for dessert. Try the fried ice cream or sticky rice with banana and coconut. Viet Charm's sweets have a delicate taste with a lovely combination of textures.
Visit Viet Charm on King William Road and discover Vietnamese street food, hearty Asian dishes and the old time western favourites.
Katy: there are a fair few vego options for entree and mains, noodle dishes you can have tofu on them:) I went on a Saturday night around 730 and there was a gew empty tables, perhaps ring and book to avoid disappointment! All the best