O Cha Cha



O Cha Cha is a quirky Vietnamese courtyard cafe located in the middle of a busy Chermside shopping strip. 

Here's a great place to enjoy an authentic Vietnamese curry, or vermicelli salad bowl in the colorful courtyard, which is decorated with Saigon-inspired murals, raised garden beds, statues, umbrellas and even a gorgeous childrens' cubby house.

O Cha Cha Chermside

O Cha Cha is open for breakfast, lunch or dinner, with the O Cha Cha curry, pho (beef noodle soup) and Vietnamese pancakes being a stand out. Also avialable are Grassroots Espresso, Origin Teas and have plenty of juices and cold drinks in the fridge.

O Cha Cha Chermside

Ice creams are also a big hit at O Cha Cha, sourced locally from Maleny Food Co. in delicious flavors such as honeycomb, fig and almond, strawberry and lemon sorbet.

O Cha Cha Chermside

Meanwhile in the front cabinet are an enticing range of take away "street food" including freshly prepared Banh mi (Vietnamese baguettes), rice paper rolls (pork, prawn, chicken or vegetarian), curry puffs, spring rolls, pies, salads, cakes and slices.

O Cha Cha Chermside

Nice to know - There is extra car parking available in the street behind O Cha Cha.

By Lucy Hordern

O Cha Cha

817 Gympie Rd


Mon-Tue 6am-5pm

Wed-Sun 6am-9pm


0457 777 761


817 Gympie Rd Chermside

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