Viet Hoa: "Delicious Vietnamese Food!" Viet Hoa Tip by laurakho
Viet Hoa, Perth: 4 reviews and 1 photos
We came across this restaurant by chance. After walking to Kings Park from our hotel in the evening and being rejected at Frasers (either our dress code was just too off, or the restaurant is genuinely booked out on a Tuesday night, or both), we walked to the bus depot and decided to jump on a bus to Northbridge. A small pleasant surprise that city bus travel is FREE! Alas the driver missed our stop at Northbridge and was headed to Morley, though he was very nice to flag down a bus going in the opposite direction back to town. So we got off at WIlliam Street, surprised to find the supposedly night district Northbridge so quiet! We would later find out another day that we have missed the busy part of Northbridge. As we walked along the street with few opened restaurants and quite empty, we came upon Viet Hoa. Wow this restaurant is different, it was filled with people, not only Asian but the local Australians who looked like they were really merrily enjoying their food with their BYO wine whilst about 10 other people were standing hungrily at the main door waiting to be seated. So we joined the queue, and were soon rewarded with great food! yummy...! Besides Vietnamese cuisine, Viet Hoa also offers Thai and SIngaporean dishes at affordabel prices. We went back a second time before we left Perth. I later read that Scoop WA travel magazine highly recommends this restaurant as well so we were lucky to find it without really looking!
Favorite Dish: The Big Bowl of Beef Noodle Soup of course! So satisfying! but everything else comes a close second. The menu is so long that I think you will never run out of things to eat even if you were to eat there every day!
Address: North Bridge, WIlliam Street
Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: Take the blue CAT from Perth City
Price: less than US$10
Theme: Pan-Asian and Pacific Rim
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