My Viet Kitchen


My Viet Kitchen is serving fresh and healthy Vietnamese street food in the heart of Newstead, tucked away on Reddacliff Street.

Ideal for local workers, the modern and simplistic kitchen is an ideal spot to grab a fresh and healthy lunch on the go. There is also room to dine in with several tables indoors and outdoors, as well as window bar seating.

My Viet Kitchen Newstead

My Viet Kitchen stocks popular Vietnamese dishes such as banh mi, rice vermicelli noodle salad, rice paper rolls and various rice dishes. An array of meats as well as prawns and tofu are available as the filling.

My Viet Kitchen Newstead

Banh mi can be ordered classic Vietnamese style, which is a popular dish amongst local diners. Featuring two delicious Vietnamese pork hams, cucumber, carrot, shallots, coriander and a delicious, special Vietnamese pate. Other fillings include lemongrass beef, soy and honey chicken, pork patties, meatballs, vegetarian and even a bacon and egg banh mi if you’re dining in for breakfast.

My Viet Kitchen Newstead

The ever popular rice vermicelli noodle salad is available in a variety of fillings including beef, chicken, chicken and pork spring rolls, tofu, pork patties and sugarcane prawn. The vegetarian tofu option is a surprising favourite, featuring My Viet Kitchen’s perfectly light fried tofu.

My Viet Kitchen Newstead

Drinks can also be purchased from the kitchen, with authentic Vietnamese style drip coffee, iced coffee, iced teas, coconut juice and other bottled beverages available to order.

Need to know – Limited paid street parking is available as well as a secure carpark.

By Zoe Kirby

My Viet Kitchen

5/26 Reddacliff Street


Opening hours

3852 5353


26 Reddacliff St Newstead

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