Banh Mi – Central Market

The Banh Mi store in the Central Markets is a lot flashier than other stores that sell the same product. Personally, I can’t resist a Vietnamese roll, even though the prices here are slightly higher. On this particular occasion, I ordered one of their Roast Pork Banh Mi. For $7.50, you would expect this roll…

Taste Baguette – Adelaide Uni

I was so impressed with the Taste Baguette Rundle Street store, I couldn’t wait to see what their Adelaide University store was like. Located inside Hub Central, this particular store is a bit more spacious, and I was delighted to see that their pricing was a bit lower. While Hub Central appears to be a…

Soonta – Rundle Place

Soonta is take away joint in the Rundle Place food court and is also part of a franchise with several stores around the city. Their menu mainly consists of Vietnamese rolls, salads, cold rolls and spring rolls, however, some of their ingredients are Japanese inspired. Setup similar to a Subway store, customers order from one…

Tay Do

The best Vietnamese rolls in Adelaide! End of review! I’ve been getting my Vietnamese rolls here for years and they have never disappointed. Tucked away in a small street in the Western suburbs this small corner store is like the Vietnamese version of Subway where you get to choose what ingredients you put into your…