A break from our sequence of Japan posts, but still in the Asian cuisine. 😀
I had to after all, I’ve found a delicious place in Sutherland – Sydney, called Moonlight Vietnamese Restaurant, and I MUST share this place with you!
There you will find not only traditional Vietnamese dishes, such as pho, rice paper rolls, and yummy wrap options, but also some Australian fusion dishes and many gluten and nut free alternatives as well.
For our dinner that night, we decided to have as appetisers the Goi Cuon (Vegetarian Rice Paper Roll), filled with vermicelli rice noodles, fresh greens and tofu.
For the mains we got:
- Hubby: Stir fried duck with chilli and basil + jasmine rice serve.
- Me: Red duck curry, with pineapple, lemongrass and longan (GF).
Everything was delicious, and the servings come in a very good-sized portion. My curry was creamy, silk and filling.
I’ve tried my husband’s dish – duck – and that crispy skin was from heavens. He liked this dish so much that he ordered it again the other time we were there!
I had been there on a few other occasions (no photos, sorry) and I highly recommend the place. Food is always delicious, packed with flavour, generously served and staff is very polite.
Ah! This place is B.Y.O for any type of drinks, A$ 2,00 corkage fee.
Moonlight Vietnamese Restaurant: 742 Old Princes Highway, Sutherland, NSW 2232
Check their website for other locations: http://moonlightrestaurant.com.au/