‘Me Oi’ or ‘Hey Mum!’ is one of two delicious little Vietnamese eateries found in the Sydney CBD and Strathfield. Taking their Aunties beloved home style cooking and recipes and turning it into a modern and trendy food culture, guaranteed to leave you with a very big smile on your face.
Gỏi cuốn Fresh Summer Rolls $9
These rolls were a great fresh start to our meal. Packed full of fresh juicy prawns and pork, with a nice crunch from the lettuce and bean sprouts inside.
Chả Giò Spring Rolls $9
Golden rolls full of succulent meat. The crunch on these were amazing, piping hot with great flavour. These were best eaten with the tangy accompanying sauce.
Cơm Thịt Nướng Rice with BBQ Pork (Tomato Rice or Steamed Rice) $15
Another fantastic dish with such huge servings! The meat was bursting with flavour, succulent and tasty. We loved the addition of the fried egg on top of the rice. Seriously you can’t get any better than this!
Phở Tái Phở topped with Rare Beef $14
The dish we had heard so much about, steaming hot in all it’s glory. Available in small, medium and large servings (or as I saw it Big, Huge, Behemoth). The broth was delicious, full of bold aromatic flavour that was way too easy to slurp up.
The meat was incredibly fresh, gently cooked by the heat of the broth. Hiding underneath is a generous bed of silky noodles. Easily one of the best Pho we’ve ever had. And we’ve eaten heaps….
Mì Gà Dòn Thin Egg Noodle with Crispy Skin Chicken $15
What a dish! The chicken was cooked to perfection with soft tender meat covered in a golden crispy skin. Absolutely mouthwatering! The huge serving of noodles accompanying it are covered in a delicious scattering of crispy shallots and fresh spring onion.
With two very popular locations in Pitt Street CBD and Strathfield, Me Oi is a fantastic place to enjoy traditional Vietnamese food that’s absolutely mouthwatering and very good value for money. The service, atmosphere and vibe were all shining stars in our eyes and have definitely made us return customers.
378 Pitt Street,
Sydney CBD, NSW 2000
2 Hungry Guys dined as a guest