For Vietnamese cuisine that never compromises on flavour, East Meets West exceeds all expectations. This popular Brunswick Street restaurant features fresh dishes that taste as authentic as they do in Asia, with many house specialities to boot. Their seafood items are especially popular, and locals have been raving about the restaurant’s whole-fish dishes with seasonings like salt and pepper, tamarind sauce, and light soy sauce. Not a fan of meat or fish? Take one of the delicious vegetarian options at East Meets West like stir-fried veggies in sambal sauce, smoked eggplant with vinegar in hot pot, and tofu and vegetables in a creamy coconut sauce. Located just a few steps from several public transportation possibilities, East Meets West is an easy choice for great Asian food that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
The food was excellent. Great service and very quick too. Really delightful little restaurant. Recommend it highly to anyone who wants delicious Asian food at a reasonable price.
The food is delicious and reasonably priced. We had the duck salad and their special vego springrolls. I love that you can taste every ingredient. The service is great too. This is my new fav restaurant
Excellent food served by a friendly and obliging staff in a pleasant no-fuss environment. The menu contains a good grange of options and is reasonably priced
The staff were very friendly and accommodating we had a big group and they kindly let us stay and drink! The food came out promptly and was delicious. Thank you!
Our host was excellent - welcoming and helpful. The restaurant a bit winter cool. The food excellent. Not many diners so conversation was easy. Nice to find a BYO these days.
Great food, happy staff, beautiful decor. We had a large party of 13 and had a great time. Will definitely visit East meets West again.
This was unlike most Vietnamese meals we're used to in Adelaide - and not in a good way. We wanted some salad or greens to go with the meat meals but the vegetables in mushroom sauce was frankly bizarre. Vegies don't really need to be sizzled nor cooked in a creamy pub gravy like sauce. The meats were also overcooked and the prawns were old and smelled of ammonia. We didn't really appreciate being encouraged to order more food as it was totally unnecessary. The drinks were a bargain is the one positive.