For contemporary Vietnamese cuisine served in an elegant setting, it doesn’t get much better than at Melbourne’s Cyclo de Saigon. This fine restaurant offers the delicate, herbal flavours of Vietnamese cuisine at reasonable prices, making it a fantastic choice for a group dinner or an affordable date night to remember. Located on Main Street in Point Cook, Cyclo de Saigon is a standout among the many different restaurants in the Stockland Point Cook shopping centre.
Great service particularly given it was Valentine's Day. Large menu, and we loved everything we tried, from classic spring rolls, to new (to us!) pork and prawn omelette. We will definitely go back.
The staff and service was great. The menu had a great choice at reasonable prices. Food was very fresh and tasty. Will definitely visit again.
Food was excellent. Service was ok. Booked on line and also left message on phone but they were still not aware of my booking because they apparently don't check them!! Fortunately they were able to accommodate us & we all had a good night.
Authentic Vietnamese cuisine is what you’ll get at Cyclo de Saigon, a go-to dining establishment for locals from all across the Melbourne area. Found on Main Street at the Stockland Point Cook shopping centre, Cyclo de Saigon is well respected thanks to its high-quality offering and close attention to detail. The skilled chefs at this Vietnamese restaurant take care to bring out the subtle flavours of the ingredients used in their cooking, allowing guests to experience the true, bold taste of the authentic dishes on offer.
The menu at Melbourne’s Cyclo de Saigon features a wide range of small dishes, salads, mains, soups, noodle dishes and curries, as well as some incredible desserts. Try the roasted peanut and pineapple curry, a bright dish made with your choice of prawns, chicken, beef or vegetables sauteed with coconut milk, beans, potato, pineapple, lemongrass, shallots and curry paste. For something out of the ordinary, go for the Saigon crepe banh xeo, a special crepe made filled with shrimp, mung bean, pork onion, bean sprouts and fresh herbs, served with a fish sauce for dipping. And for dessert, take the deep fried coconut ball for a decadent finish. Make sure to reserve a table in advance for this fantastic Point Cook Vietnamese restaurant.