Sunday, July 28, 2013

Trà Vinh

I have been to Trà Vinh so many times that I have lost count! I usually go to their Brisbane Street location and a few times to their Roe Street one when they used to have that one open.

Nowadays, with the opening of U & I Cafe in Northbridge and Mama Tran in the CBD, I find that I don't go to Trà Vinh as often as I used to anymore.

I like the decor of Trà Vinh's latest establishment, a lot of red, makes the place a very vibrant place to be in and because red is also one of my favourite colours fondly

One of my all time favourite dishes here is the Bún Riêu, which is a Vietnamese rice vermicelli soup in crab and tomato broth. I don't know what it is about this particular dish, but this is the only thing I would eat whenever I go out... second by Bánh Canh or Bún Mắm whenever possible. I am not a Phở gal, maybe because Phở originated from the north of Vietnam, while I am from the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, hence I tend to like the food around this region more  

So on this particular day, my best mate and I chose our dishes. His usual favourite of Hủ Tiếu Trà Vinh and mine was Bún Riêu. I am always hungry with my eyes, so I ordered a dessert as well.

Trà Vinh, like many typical Vietnamese restaurants, are considered to be an Asian equivalent to MacDonald's "fast food" for Westerner. It is simply a "no fuss" eating house. Don't expect 5 stars services here. Just go in, take a seat, order, eat and then go. Simple as that.
Hủ Tiếu Trà Vinh ツ
Bún Riêu ツ

Tra Vinh Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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