Saigon Eats

Underwood

Saigon Eats is a cute, little Vietnamese eatery nestled next to Yuen’s Farmers Market at Underwood Central. 

This tiny eatery features an eye-catching mural along one wall lined with bench seating and tables, with additional seating provided in an undercover al fresco area. 

Saigon Eats, Underwood, Vietnamese, street food

The menu consists of all the Vietnamese staples, from street snacks and rice paper rolls to banh mi and traditional pho. Lip-smacking snacks include crab net spring rolls, potato prawns, salt and pepper quail and peking duck pieces. 

Rice paper rolls and bahn mi, made fresh to order, include tasty Vietnamese fillings like lemongrass chicken, garlic beef and barbecued pork char siu; while one of Saigon Eat's most popular dishes is their slurp-worthy, pho noodle soup brewed for 12 hours.

Saigon Eats, Underwood, Vietnamese

In addition, there’s vermicelli rice noodle salads with meat or vegetarian spring rolls and tofu, and Saigon Eat's  signature dish - jasmine rice, pickled cabbage, cucumbers, house made fish sauce and your choice of pork chop, pork belly, crispy skin chicken or grilled chicken.

Wash it down with an authentic Vietnamese iced coffee or delicious lychee lemonade.

By Deb Lidster 

Saigon Eats

12A, 11-21 Kingston Rd

Underwood

Opening hours 

0425 265 265

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