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Vietnamese Restaurants in Melbourne

Experience top-notch meals at Melbourne's Vietnamese restaurants

As Australia's second largest city and a commercial and cultural hub for the whole of Oceania, Melbourne is a real melting pot of cultures. Frequently voted the most liveable city in the world, it's no surprise that there are tons of excellent places to eat here, and they play their role in a bustling and diverse food culture like no other.

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Saigon Rose

Prahran
Vietnamese$$$$
5.1/629

Ha Long Bay Restaurant

Richmond
Vietnamese$$$$
4.7/618

Tonkin Bar & Grill

Collingwood
Vietnamese$$$$
6.0/61
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Str'Eat Pho

Fairfield
Vietnamese$$$$
6.0/63

Hanoi Old Quarter

Hawthorn
Vietnamese$$$$
5.0/66

XEOM - Viet Street Food

Collingwood
Vietnamese$$$$
5.5/62

Thien An

Footscray
Vietnamese$$$$
4.9/68

Saigon Soul

Ascot Vale
Vietnamese$$$$
5.5/64

Thanh Nga Nine

Richmond
Vietnamese$$$$
5.0/63

Malvern Palace

Malvern
Vietnamese$$$$
5.0/62

N & N2 Vietnamese Kitchen

Greensborough
Vietnamese$$$$
5.0/62

Hawker Boys

Melbourne CBD
Vietnamese
5.0/62

My Tho

Preston
Vietnamese$$$$
4.0/65

Madame Saigon

Fitzroy
Vietnamese$$$$
3.0/61

Baba Restaurant

St Kilda
Vietnamese$$$$

Pho N Roll

Melbourne CBD
Vietnamese$$$$
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Pho Cycle

South Melbourne
Vietnamese$$$$

Skewers on Charcoal

Fitzroy
Vietnamese$$$$
New

Superbowl

Richmond
Vietnamese$$$$

House of Hoi An

Windsor
Vietnamese$$$$
5.0/6132
  1. 1.

    Sample amazing fish dishes at Melbourne's Vietnamese restaurants

    Located right on the coast of Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne is a city with a strong coastal heritage. And when it comes to the cuisine of Vietnam, there are plenty of opportunities for the local passion for seafood to fuse with the spices and flavours of Vietnamese cuisine. The menus at Melbourne's Vietnamese restaurants strike this balance perfectly: for example, the Ha Long Bay Restaurant on Victoria Street has a number of delicious seafood items available, including battered fish with sweet and sour sauce and traditional salt and pepper fish fillet. Try this and more at the Vietnamese restaurants across Melbourne.
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    Enjoy your favourite noodle dishes at Melbourne's Vietnamese restaurants

    Luckily for us, Melbourne’s Vietnamese restaurants located around Victoria Street have what it takes to step up to the plate and satisfy our noodle cravings. Vinh Vinh, for example, serves up classic dishes like fried egg noodles with chicken, beef or pork; alongside an assortment of rice noodles including the popular beef noodle soup known as pho. For a little something different, why not have the dropped rice noodle soup with either crispy chicken skin or wonton and BBQ pork? They’re among Vietnamese less common dishes and are a must-try for any self-professed foodie!
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    Head east for specialities at Melbourne's Vietnamese restaurants

    While many of Melbourne's Vietnamese restaurants are clustered around Victoria Street in the city centre, if you're brave enough to explore a little further afield, you can uncover a wide range of other specialities. Saigon Rose, located on Chapel Street in the eastern suburb of Prahan, is one of these places: known for its original Vietnamese pancakes with pork, veggie or prawn fillings, as well as top dishes like salted pepper tofu and grilled squid. Make the most of the local dining scene by finding and booking a table at Melbourne’s top Vietnamese restaurants with Quandoo.