Photos credit: Miss Five Vietnamese Eatery.
Virginia is blooming with new houses and developments, and the stunning suburb of Adelaide has now got more delicious eats with the introduction of Miss Five Vietnamese.
Situated right in the heart of the suburb, Miss Five has brought Vietnamese food to the area, with what owner Trang Nguyen describing it as nothing but authentic and full of flavour.
“Our menu is quite extensive serving from brunch, lunch and dinner, with both option of dine-in or takeaway. We are inclusive of parents, vegetarians and vegans. We’ve got everything covered from coffee, banh mi, pho, bun bowl, BBH, bao buns in the morning, lunch to dinners and cocktails at night,” Trang says.
Some menu highlights you can expect also include: ‘bo la lot’, which is beef wrapped in betel leaf; ‘goi bo khoai’ mon, M5 taro salad, which is deep fried taro chips with different toppings; ‘banh trang cuon’, which is fresh green mango, eggs, peanuts, shrimp, mayo and sriracha, coriander rolled in Vietnamese rice paper. This is just the start of the extensive menu that’s be on offer at Miss Five Vietnamese Eatery.
Concept designs reveal the interior of Miss Five Vietnamese Eatery will have you experiencing a mixture of pink and aqua blue, with what promises to be a fun and playful atmosphere. With a brand-new bar, a fresh lick of paint in the space, and a gorgeous mural covering the entire wall, the Vietnamese food haven includes all the “vibes you’re looking pho” says Trang.
Alongside an impressive menu, you’ll also find coffee of A+ standard with a partnership between the eatery and popular Hindmarsh coffee spot Coffee in Common.
Trang says that for as long as she can remember, her family has been in the hospitality industry ever since they migrated to Adelaide.
“My mom’s biggest passion has always been cooking, it’s her way of expressing love to her husband and kids. She has been well-known in the Viet’s community with the nickname of Co-5, which is literally translated to Miss Five in English. Hence, the name originated from there,” she says.
“I want to dedicated the restaurant’s cooking to her, as she is the heart and soul of the restaurant’s kitchen. I’ve been in the hospitality industry for over 10 years now, I just want to share with Adelaide diners some of the revolution Vietnamese Street Foods. I want to redefine the ‘Vietnamese cuisine’ through cooking, especially in this millennial generation.”
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Miss Five Vietnamese Eatery will be located on the corner of Old Port Wakefield Road and Brady Street, Virginia SA 5120.