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Vietnam is a country known for its soup, and at this little Footscray eatery brings you can sip on some of the best this side of Melbourne, from piping hot pho to laska, as well as some other Vietnamese specialities. Open seven days a week, this unpretentious restaurant is committed to providing diners with hearty, homemade cuisine and unbeatable service. You’ll find Viet Soup Kitchen on Hopkins Street, a few minutes from Footscray Station.
While the soup is the star of the show over at Melbourne’s Viet Soup Kitchen, don’t miss out on the other delicious Vietnamese dishes on offer, all prepared from scratch using fresh ingredients – you won’t find any msg or stock cubes in the food here! Begin with some skewed beef wrapped in betel leaf or some pork and prawn rice paper rolls before moving on to a big bowl of soothing soup.
You’ll find a range of options, from Vietnam’s most famous dish pho to spicy laksa, thick udon style noodle soups, wonton soup and much much more. Footscray’s Viet Soup Kitchen’s menu is extensive and some other tasty choices include the bun bo la lop, a popular Vietnamese street food dish, claypot dishes and congee, a type of rice porridge. Known throughout the area for their friendly staff and quality cuisine, Viet Soup Kitchen over on Hopkins Street in Melbourne’s Footscray is a local favourite – book in advance to guarantee a table.