Vietnamese @ Viet Star, Glenferrie @ Sunday, December 03, 2017
Thursday 19th Oct
As we're a regular in Glenferrie, the next main town over from the house, we have a couple favourites though still like to try new places now and then. Today needing a good coffee we checked out 'Viet Star' the only Vietnamese place in town.
A lovely day say us seated outside, especially on the rare occasion that there are no smokers - they've ruinned going outside.
White Vietnamese Iced Coffee $4.50
With condense milk it's the perfect balance for my kinda coffee as a sugar addict and not as bitter as regular coffee. I haven't been this awake in days!
While I showed this before the main, it actually came after.
Spring Rolls with Vermicelli $12.50 ($11 Takeaway)
Accompanied with a fish sauce it was pretty good. 80% vermicelli though,
needs more salad and peanuts. They don't have my prefer fine vermicelli here.
Inside it was very humid with just a fan. But they have air con at the back.
Tables need to be wiped in between each customer - they're not...
Service was lukewarm, a hint of friendly, but they weren't hostile and act like I was a nuisance (yes I've had that before at other places, asian places in particular, but also our local french bakery).
Will we be back? No, well maybe for coffee only.
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