Vietnamese Restaurants in Melbourne

Have you had a recent craving for some authentic Southeast Asian cuisine? You’ll be covered here in our city. The beautiful flavours of Vietnam abound on Melbourne’s streets; the tricky part is that? Where to place your chopsticks. We’ve got you covered. We’ve scoured the city to determine which tables are truly worth sitting at. Here are 5 of the best Vietnamese restaurants in Melbourne


Hanoi Hannah 

Hanoi Hannah has been feeding hungry diners on High Street for years and is known for its Hawker-style food. Their delectable food menu features Peking duck, steaming pho, rice paper rolls, curry chicken, and a lengthy range of delectable cocktails, beers, and wine to wash it all down.


Paperboy Kitchen 

Paperboy Kitchen meets true Southeast Asian standards and exceeds the traditional Melbourne cultural dining level. This is another Vietnamese favourite that can be found in the city’s heart. This small food heaven is tucked away on Little Lonsdale Street, with industrial furnishings, leafy plants, and delectable Bánh m and rice-noodle bowls.



Coda, situated down a long Flinders Lane, is a great place for a nice date night, with dishes like O’Connor’s Black Angus strip loin served with spicy green peppercorn sauce and gribiche, Hà Ni-style fried rice paper rolls stuffed with truffle, or pork.



This one is past Chinatown, up the Spring St end of Little Bourke. The menu incorporates inspirations from all around the world, such as China’s delicate pork and prawn siu mai. One of the best foods in Annam is their fried ice cream.



While it’s not as traditional as some other restaurants on this list, it doesn’t mean it’s any less excellent. Uncle has a vast and delectable menu waiting to be sampled. You can mix and choose foods from the a la carte menu or put your faith in the venue and ask them to “feed me.” Wok-tossed zucchini, soft shell crab Bánh mi, pho ga, and steamed rice buns are just a few of the menu dishes worth trying.