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We love, love, LOVE our delicious Vietnamese Brisbane food and so do our kids. So we went on a mission to find the best Vietnamese restaurants in Brisbane for kids.

Vietnamese Brisbane style is perfect for kids and there is a plethora of choice across our city. We are slowly eating our way through the each Vietnamese Brisbane restaurant! It’s a tough gig, but we will do it… for you!

In Brisbane, we are lucky to be home to an extensive platter of international cuisines for the entire family to try for themselves. Including Japanese, Italian, Turkish, and plenty more dining options, there’s nothing quite like a Brisbane Vietnamese restaurant.

The BEST Vietnamese Brisbane has to offer include popular dishes such as rice paper rolls, Banh Mi baguettes, noodle soups, and plenty more! There’s no better chance for families to break their routine and try something new. Eager to expand your palate by taking the family out for a fresh Vietnamese meal?

This article will give you a long list of our favourite Vietnamese restaurants throughout Brisbane that are worth trying for yourself.

Vietnamese Restaurants in Brisbane’s West End

If you are looking for Brisbane Vietnamese West End style, we rate these restaurants:

Trang

Take the kids over to Trang’s Vietnamese restaurant for a collection of dishes the whole family can enjoy. With a diverse menu to choose from, including a variety of breakfast options, there’s a little something for everyone. Some popular dishes include the Banh Mi Vietnamese baguette rolls, rice paper rolls, noodle soup, and chicken stir fry. Not to mention, you can also choose from dessert options such as banana fritter, deep fried ice cream, and more. Reservations can be made via the website, along with orders for pick up.

Hours: Monday to Friday (10 am to 10 pm) Saturday and Sunday (7 am to 10 pm)

Address: 2/59 Hardgrave Rd, West End QLD 4101

Website: click here

Hello Please

Stop by the energetic Fish Lane of Brisbane for Hello Please’s delicious Vietnamese range. Choose between spring rolls, pork belly, crispy chicken, green bean salad, rice paper rolls, corn and coconut fritters, crispy chicken salad, bun cha, and plenty more. Bookings for Hello Please can be made via their website.

Hours: Tuesday (12 pm to 3 pm; 5 pm to 9 pm) Wednesday and Thursday (12 pm to 3 pm; 5 pm to 9:30 pm) Friday and Saturday (12 pm to 3 pm

Address: 10 Fish Ln, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Website: click here

Phuc Deli-Viet

Located in West End and Indooroopilly, Phuc Deli-Viet serves a variety of healthy Vietnamese dishes to choose from. This includes the venue’s signature Pho, comprised of rice noodle soup, beef stock, spices, and salad. Other popular dishes include classic Banh Mi Viet Baguettes, dumplings, Viet Laska, noodles and more. The menu also contains a ‘Little And Small’ section, including lamb and short ribs, lemongrass wings, salt and pepper squid, and spring rolls. Head to the website for bookings.

Hours: Monday to Thursday (7 am to 10 pm) Friday (7 am to 10:30 pm) Saturday (11:30 am to 10:30 pm) Sunday (11 am to 10 pm)

Address: 100 Melbourne St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia, South Brisbane QLD 4101

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Ca Phe Nam

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Ca Phe Nam is home to a collection of classic Vietnamese dishes that the whole family can enjoy. Including traditional pho, spring rolls, rice paper rolls, Banh Mi baguettes, vermicelli salad, and more, there’s something to suit everyone’s tastebuds. Head over to the Ca Phe Nam facebook page for more information or to get in touch.

Hours: Monday to Saturday (10 am to 8 pm)

Address: 4/60 Vulture St, West End QLD 4101

Website: click here

Vietnamese Restaurants Southside Brisbane

Home to a bustling Asian foodie culture, you can take your pick of a Vietnamese restaurant in Brisbane from these mouth watering options:

Mrs. Luu’s Vietnamese Canteen

Located in South Bank, Mrs. Luu’s Vietnamese Canteen provides a collection of mouthwatering Vietnamese dishes. Choose between Banh Mi baguettes, including beef, pork, chicken, pork meatball, tofu, and more. Otherwise, guests can opt for a rice bowl, rice noodle salad, rice paper roll, or a smaller snack. Visit the website for a full menu and to get in touch with the venue.

Hours: Monday to Friday (9 am to 3 pm)

Address: Street Level, Shop 13 Cnr Grey &, Tribune St, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Website: click here

Cafe O Mai

Escape the bustle of Brisbane City with a trip to Cafe O Mai. Located in Annerley, the venue has a variety of delicious dishes to choose from for breakfast and lunch. Served until 11:30, the breakfast menu includes pho, free range chicken, black Angus, Vietnamese omelettes, brioche French toast, and more. Stop by for lunch for favourites such as chicken spring rolls, dim sims, egg noodle soup, pho, pulled beef brisket, tofu bah mi, classic pork rolls, and chicken curry. Head over to the website to read reviews or to contact the venue.

Hours: Tuesday to Friday (6:30 am to 3 pm) Saturday and Sunday (7 am to 2 pm)

Address: 15 Cracknell Rd, Annerley QLD 4103

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My Street Food

My Street Food provides families with an array of fresh and healthy Vietnamese options to choose from. Enjoy vegetarian dishes such as salt and pepper tofu, vermicelli salad, and fried rice. Otherwise check out a few of the weekly specials on offer, including pork rolls, beef rolls, pho, noodle soup, and plenty more. Visit the My Street Food facebook page for a menu or to get in touch.

Hours: Monday to Friday (8:30 am to 3 pm)

Address: 130 Logan Rd, Woolloongabba QLD 4102

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Little Hanoi Cafe

Stop by Holland Park’s Little Hanoi Cafe for a variety of delicious Vietnamese dishes. Enjoy popular items on the go, including rice paper rolls, rice vermicelli, or the Hanoi kebab. For more information on the venue or to get in touch, visit the Little Hanoi Cafe website.

Hours: Monday to Thursday (5 pm to 8 pm) Friday (5 pm to 9 pm) Saturday (11 am to 9 pm) Sunday (11 am to 8 pm)

Address: 961 Logan Road, Holland Park West QLD 4121

Website: click here

Vietnamese Fortitude Valley

There are so many great options for Vietnamese in Fortitude Valley… here are some of our favourites.

Vietnamese House

Nested within the Fortitude Valley, along Wickham Terrance; the Vietnamese House offers a generous range of dishes to choose from. Guests can select the ‘Banquet Option’ if there is a minimum of 4 people dining. This includes 3 entrees and 5 mains, offering customers the opportunity to taste a diverse range of dishes. There are two banquet options, ranging in price from $35 to $38. Otherwise, choose between salads, vegetarian options, steaks, red curry, and more.

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Hours: Sunday to Thursday (11 am to 2:30 pm; 5 pm to 10 pm) Friday and Saturday (11 am to 2:30 pm; 5 pm to 11 pm)

Address: 146 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Website: click here

The Vietnamese

Open 7 days a week, The Vietnamese offers both dine in and takeaway options. Enjoy popular items such as egg noodle dishes, noodle salads, seafood, chicken, pork, duck, lamb, vegetarian options, and heaps more. Banquet and lunch menus are also available. Head over to the website to read some of the restaurant’s reviews.

Hours: Thursday to Sunday and Tuesday (11 am to 3 pm; 5 pm to 10 pm) Wednesday (11 am to 3 pm; 5 pm to 9:30 pm)

Address: 194 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

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District 1

Head over to District 1 for an array of delicious Vietnamese street food dishes. With items such as spring rolls, sweet potato fries, crispy pork dumplings, prawns, rice paper rolls, salads, Banh Mi baguettes, noodle salads, noodle soups, and heaps more on offer, there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy. Head over to the website to get in touch with the restaurant.

Hours: Monday to Sunday (11 am to 9:30 pm)

Address: 6,7/8 Duncan St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

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Banh Mi Time

Banh Mi Time is the perfect spot to grab a delicious Vietnamese meal on the go. Choose between popular Banh Mi options such as grilled pork, crispy pork and grilled chicken. Otherwise, grab some chicken satay skiers or satay chicken with peanut sauce. Head over to the Banh Mi Time Facebook page to see some of their items or to get in touch.

Hours: Monday to Friday (10:30 am to 6 pm) Saturday (12 pm to 6 pm)

Address: McWhirters Building, Brunswick St Mall, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Website: click here

BEST Vietnamese Brisbane City

Our pick of restaurants for Vietnamese food in Brisbane City that your kids will love too:

The Roll Shop

Located within the heart of Brisbane, the Roll Shop offers a collection of Vietnamese dishes for everyone to enjoy. Dig into popular items such as Banh Mi baguettes, rice paper rolls, noodle soups, pork belly, prawn chips, and heaps more. Head over to the restaurant’s Facebook page for more information or to get in touch with the venue.

Hours: Monday to Friday (8 am to 4 pm)

Address: shop 2/88 Creek St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Saigon Alley Cafe

The Saigon Alley Cafe offers its guests a generous range of fresh Vietnamese dishes to choose from. While you’re waiting for your meal, embrace the sweet aromas of lemongrass beef, chicken, pho, curry chicken, crepes, and more. Head over to the restaurant’s Facebook page for more information.

Hours: Monday to Friday (7 am to 3 pm)

Address: 2c/313 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Roll’d Vietnamese

With plenty of locations available throughout Brisbane, there’s no excuse not to visit Roll’d for a variety of fresh Vietnamese items. Enjoy dishes such as rice paper rolls, pho, Banh Mi baguettes,  noodle salads, com tam, Viet salads, steamed buns, Viet pancakes, a collection of side dishes, and plenty more. Visit the Roll’d website for locations, catering options, regular promotions, or to read their blog.

Hours: varies between locations

Address: Various locations

Website: click here

An Cafe Vietnamese Street Food

Located at Kangaroo Point, the An Cafe provides a generous range of fresh Vietnamese dishes to enjoy. With both lunch and dinner menus available, along with takeaway options, families can enjoy the variety on offer at their own convenience. Choose between lunch items such as Banh Mi baguettes, rice paper rolls, noodle soups, noodle salads, and more. Meal deals are also available. Otherwise, stop by for dinner to enjoy a collection of classic main meals, or grab a dish to share. Head over to the An Cafe website for more information or to get in touch.

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday (11 am to 2:30 pm; 5 pm to 9 pm)

Address: 1/738 Main St, Kangaroo Point QLD 4169

Website: click here

Vietnamese restaurants Brisbane Western Suburbs

The Rice Hut

Initially opening their doors in 2012, the Rice Hut is home to a range of fresh and healthy Vietnamese dishes. Choose from popular items such as Banh Mi baguettes, pho, rice noodle salad, rice paper rolls, and Com, as well as a variety of dishes to share. Check out the Rice Hut website to view their galley, browse their full menu, read their reviews, or to get in touch.

Hours: Monday to Saturday (11 am to 2 pm)

Address: 7 Princeton St, Kenmore QLD 4069

Website: click here

Vietnamese Northern Suburbs Brisbane

Banoi

Located in Bowen Hills, Banoi offers a wide variety of fresh Vietnamese dishes to choose from. Enjoy spring rolls, prawn bites, chicken ribs, rice paper rolls, taco buns, noodle soups, salads, and more. Available only on Fridays, be sure to try some specialty dishes, including crispy pork noodle soup, the vermicelli, the crispy pork steamed taco bun, and more. Visit the website to read the full menu, make a booking, or to get in contact.

Hours: Monday to Friday (11:30 am to 3 pm; 5 pm to 9 pm) Saturday (11:30 am to 9 pm)

Address: 20 King Street, Bowen Hills QLD 4006

Website: click here

BEST Vietnamese Restaurants in Brisbane

Brisbane offers families a generous variety of affordable and authentic Vietnamese restaurants to choose from, making the dining out experience as effortless as ever. Regardless of your location, head to your local Vietnamese restaurant and try some popular Vietnamese dishes such as rice paper rolls, Banh Mi baguettes, noodle salad, noodle soup, and more.

With the variety of offer, there is sure to be something available to suit both parents and children. It’s clear that Brisbane is home to a wide range of delicious Vietnamese restaurants to choose from that are suitable for kids, you just have to know where to look.