Vietnamese Mint, Bulimba’s go to for authentic Vietnamese fare, brings the original flying noodles from the back streets of Asia to a busy street in Brisbane.
Nestled on Oxford Street, near the cinema, the owner of this little Vietnamese eatery Chef Tze, is the first to introduce this magical dish to Australia.
Tasting every bit as fantastic as it looks, customers can choose from Malaysian inspired Mee Goreng with prawns, squid and tofu wok charred in an Indian influenced spicy tomato sauce, Japanese Sakura noodles with fresh veggies wok tossed in slightly sweetened soy sauce and served with panko crumbed prawns, and Chinese Shanghai garlic prawn noodles with broccoli and snow peas wok tossed in housemade garlic-infused oyster sauce.
Besides supernatural noodles, the restaurant plates up top-notch Vietnamese food from rice paper rolls and spring rolls to vermicelli noodle salads and spicy noodle soups.
Stand out dishes include pad thai chicken, seafood laksa and Bulimba Special Pho – 12 hour beef broth, double sliced rare beef, double brisket, double tendon, double tripe and double beef balls.
Drinks-wise, there are bubble teas (with pearls or jelly), Vietnamese iced coffee, homemade lemon iced tea, young coconut juice and sparkling sodas like lychee, lemon lime and grapefruit, strawberry dreams and green mango.
Vietnamese Mint is licensed with white and red wine, apple or pear cider and beer such as Hanoi, Tiger and Newstead Brewing.
By Deb Lidster
Vietnamese Mint is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com
180 Oxford St
0451 733 577