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Vietnamese Hot Food, Wangara

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In the heart of Wanneroo Markets is a food stall that is always busy. Vietnamese Hot Food is the real deal, catering not only for the public but also to the several Vietnamese retailers at the markets.
We often go there for a nourishing pho or bun, and the stall sells all of the popular versions plus spring rolls, fried fish, chicken wings and fish skewers. It’s sometimes hard to get a table, and tables are a little cramped and canteen style. The slight inconvenience is worth it though because the soups are incredibly good. I’ve always wondered how they get so much flavour into the clear and unassuming broth that goes with the pork and prawn bun.

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The beef brisket broth is rich and chunky with tender beef and carrots and a warming spicy mouthfeel.

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Both soups are packed full of green veggies, onions and herbs as well as having a hearty serve of noodles underneath. The regular condiments are also provided, and there is a fridge full of soft drinks.

Next time you are passing, pop in and try some authentic and tasty Vietnamese food.

Last Visit – June 2019

Bunn Mee, Leederville

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Bunn Mee is a little cafe on the main Leederville Oxford Street strip selling Vietnamese street food. Run by Masterchef’s Jenny and her family, it is busy, bustling and friendly, with Jenny working hard to ensure that everybody has what they need.
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The main item is bahn mi, the Vietnamese-French fusion baguette rolls with choices of pate, chicken, pork and vegetarian fillings. The cafe also serves Vietnamese favourites such as bun, pho, broken rice, shaking beef, noodle salads and Vietnamese pancake.
We started off with a serve of spring rolls to share, and they were the most perfect spring rolls that I have ever tasted, beautifully crisp with a nice meaty pork filling and sublime dipping sauce. A very nice introduction to the meal.
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Juices and drinks are freshly made, my partner chose a fresh pressed orange juice and I chose a young coconut juice. Both were full of flavour.

For main course, my partner chose a bun broth with pork and beef, which was wonderful and very very flavoursome. Accompanied with condiments like beansprouts, lemon, mint, and chilli, he finished every last drop. Jenny’s dad explained the mashed chilli condiment – it’s a special dried chilli mashed with oil, and a particular accompaniment to the bun.
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Intrigued by the pancake, I chose it to see how it compared with my homemade Saigon pancakes, and realised that I’ve been doing it wrong. The waiter explained that I need to tear off pieces of the pancake, lay them on a lettuce leaf, add some pickles and mint, and roll them up, dip them in sauce and eat. The lettuce leaves were some kind of wasabi derivative with a lovely mild wasabi flavour that really added to the dish. The turmeric pancake was full to bursting with beansprouts, prawn and pork and it was a nice size too. Absolutely yum.
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Artwork and decor around the cafe is the work of Jenny’s dad – Minh Nguyen.
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Bunn Mee is definitely the best Vietnamese food for miles, well worth the visit.

Last Visit Date – October 2020.

Other dishes include this amazing lace spring roll salad (vegan) – the spring rolls contain yam and shiitake mushrooms – they are incredibly good.

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Crispy chicken:

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Banh mi of course:

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Amazing vegetarian banh mee with tofu:

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