Hold your tuk tuks! A little slice of Saigon lays right at your doorstep, with sizzling Vietnamese street food to boot. Wander down eat street Kensington Street to glass-faced Viet, located at the entrance to Spice Alley.
Viet draws from one of the world’s healthiest cuisines, founded on fresh ingredients, full-bodied broths and pungent spices.
Viet’s menu includes many definitive dishes of Vietnamese street food culture, so central to its cuisine: spring rolls, banh xeo (crispy pancake), and the rich, warming bowl of pho.
Bring your friends and family to taste Chef Bee’s South East Asian fare, because these dishes are best shared!
At the gateway to Spice Alley sits this Vietnamese gem, headed up by Teerapong Supawan, or Chef Bee.
Chef Bee cut his teeth at Sydney’s iconic Longrain, Sugarcane and Xage restaurants, before taking the helm at Kensington Street’s Vietnamese street food destination, Viet.
To this casual sit-down eatery on Chippendale’s eat street, Chef Bee brings a knowledge of fine Vietnamese cuisine and fresh, fragrant flavours.
Chef Bee serves up a tantalising selection of Vietnamese entrees, mains and desserts, all inspired by street food from the South East Asian region.