The focus of the food here at this little Cremorne haunt is of course Vietnamese, but that’s not to say you won’t also find a long list of Asian favourites as well. On Military Road here in the distant Sydney suburbs, popular dishes among the locals are pho – a flavoursome rice noodle soup that’s arguably the national dish of Vietnam – as well as slow-cooked pork belly, Vietnamese vermicelli salad, traditional fried rice and curious Vietnamese crispy pancakes. At Quan Viet you’re assured of quality and excellent value, so there’s really very little not to love. Reserve a table now.
A small but congenial setting with lovely staff and quick service. The food was delicious and very reasonably priced. Menu on the small side but in saying that their were enough choices to make it interesting.
A Vietnamese restaurant in the lower north shore - great food at affordable prices, and great service as well. It was a busy Saturday night and we were a table of 9 - we were all very satisfied.
The food is always good and the staff are pleasant and friendly. It's a favourite for casual dining. Simple, but ticks all the right boxes for a casual dine out with friends.