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Looking for authentic vietnamese restaurants - any suggestions?

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    Phamish - on palmer street darlinghurst, southern style vietnamese. over 6 years ago

    Answered by Matt 5 via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    If you can get into Red Lantern on Crown St, the food is fantastic. I tried to book for Dec 3rd (it's only August 18th at the moment!) and there were no tables available until 8.30 at the earliest... so you'd be lucky to pop by and get a spot.

    Across the road is Thanh Long, which is a simple local eatery, good food and easy to get into. The food isn't as good as Phamish or Red Lantern, but if you're in Surry Hills and need a Vietnamese fix, I'd still highly recommend it.
    (http://www.eatability.com.au/au/sydney/thanh-long-vietnamese-restaurant/) about 6 years ago

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    For Vietnamese restaurants you can't beat Bankstown or Cabramatta suburbs, with each restaurant having their own specialties. Just drop by one of those suburbs one day and pick any restaurant that appeals to you. Pho An in Bankstown deserves a mention for it's famed beef noodle soup. about 5 years ago

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    I went to Xage last week and thought it would good. Not really authentic, it was more of a modern take - but the salads were delicious!
    The most authentic I have ever found is in Marrickville just as you come out of the train station. I cant remember the name of it, so id head towards the one over flowing with people. almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Kate Hoffman via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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