Thursday, June 14, 2018

Tan Viet Noodle House, Viet Hoa Hot Bread, OneZo

I hardly come to this side of Sydney, so when I do, I try to eat more than one meal here.

Herbal Duck with Noodles-$16.50

I don't know the proper name for this, but I like how they gave a decent serving of duck. The herbal soup wasn't too herbally, no where as herbal as those Chinese medicines. Helped made the duck less dry. The serving was massive, had half the noodles and the other half still fit into a takeaway box.

Crispy chicken

The crispy chicken was indeed crispy. Also a massive serving of rice.

Pork roll-$4.50 and some other roll for free (worth $3.50)

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I've actually been here before but never blogged about it, so blogging here just so I can remember I've tried this place before. This place is considered more expensive compared to other places for $3. Bread could be crispier, but filling was decent, wished there was more pate though.

Got just normal milk tea with pink pearls, 2 for $8 from memory. It didn't have that nice tea fragrant flavour of milk tea, and the pearl texture wasn't really that chewy. Found this milk tea tasted more like milk.


Tan Viet Noodle House Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Viet Hoa Hot Bread Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato
OneZo Handcrafted Tea Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

1 comment:

  1. I've been to Tan Viet! It's good how consistent they are, and they don't take very long to serve. But as you said, it's so far for us as Hills dwellers. It's also a shame they don't have pescatarian or vegetarian options.