About Element V
When was the last time you had a meal that was balanced with spice, colour and nutrients? If your memory escapes you, maybe it’s time to get down to Element V. This latest kid on the block on Marrickville Road in Sydney’s inner western suburb of Marrickville is set to delight the finest of palates with delicate Vietnamese dishes that showcase a harmony of the elements through an assortment of fresh and high-quality ingredients. Your body, mind and soul are in for a royal treat at this restaurant, so don’t hesitate to book ahead.
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday 17:00 - 22:00
- Wednesday 17:00 - 22:00
- Thursday 17:00 - 22:00
- Friday 17:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 17:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 17:00 - 23:00
Can’t keep up with the recent wave of restaurants and cafes across Marrickville? You’re not alone. All the way down Marrickville Road which cuts through this part of suburban Sydney are a number of hip new hangouts. And if there’s one name you should keep on your radar, it’s Element V.
Showcasing the finest in Vietnamese cuisine across a breadth of elements, dining at Element V is all about striving for balance – from colours to senses, and from spices to nutrients. Start off with entrées like the lemongrass-infused pork cake dipped in peanut sauce or the betel leaf roll, which comprises a zesty filling of minced beef and fresh herbs. Vegetarians will enjoy the meat-friendly alternatives to some of the restaurant’s top sellers, such as the Vietnamese pancake and spring rolls. Sharing plates ensure there’s plenty to go round your table, but don’t forget to save some tummy space for Element V’s exquisite desserts that feature a strong Asian slant. A harmonious world of flavours and sensations are yours to explore at Element V, conveniently located within walking distance from Marrickville railway station. Just remember to reserve your table at this Sydney gem to avoid disappointment.
The food was delicious, packed with flavour and beautifully presented. Betel leaf roll was really nice and exotic. Orange prawn wrapped in crispy shredded pastry and glazed in home-made sauce was so yum as was the smoky grilled pork chop. Paired with the beef salad tossed in a zesty dipping sauce was just a perfect match. For desserts, frozen pyramid was the winner and ginger ice cream was delightfully tasty. Good ambience, friendly services, we will be back.
Went here with the family last week for dinner so got to try a bit of everything, everything was packed with flavour and the dishes complemented each other, capped off with a well rounded dessert menu. Some highlights was the orange prawn, the fried barramundi, sour soup and the sorbet pyramid, would definitely go back again to try everything!!!
Im a customer of the previous restaurant and decided to take my mother with me to try out the new restaurant's food, and it did not disappoint. My personal favourites from last nights dishes were the sweet and citrusy blend of vietnamese cotton candy and passionfruit in the frozen pyramid dessert and the generously portioned deepfried barramundi.
I came here with my boyfriend last night, the atmosphere and ambience was warm and friendly. Perfect for a casual Friday night dinner. The food was quick to arrive and we were well looked after by the very attentive staff. Will definitely return!