Monday, August 29, 2011


The interior design felt like something from a 90s Hollywood action movie, where a gun shooting takes place in a shoddy fluorescent restaurant, if that makes any sense. But on this day I kind of liked that aspect about this place, because it felt comfortable and laidback. The purple/orange colour scheme would probably be absolutely shocking anywhere else =b

This place stood out to me on the bleakly lit side of the city street, as it had a surreal/dreamy/filn noir feel (which i am just hooked to).

Fresh Rice Paper Rolls with Minched Rrawn & Fresh Rice Paper Rolls with Pork & Prawns (Serving of 4) $10; Half Serve $5

The paper was too dry and the ingredients did not feel fresh, most likely because it was near closing time. The sauce did not have a tangy, sweet peanut kick which i normally expect and tasted better elsewhere.

Grilled Pork & Spring Rolls with Rice Vermicelli $10

I think I may be a little biased because I was starving when we got here, but I found the pork and spring rolls to be delicious and the amount was just right. If anything they give you too much pork, so I found myself not being able to finish it. But seriously for the price it was sooo good. I wouldn’t mind going here again.

Gia Hoi
711 George St
Haymarket 2000 NSW
Phone: (02)  9211 0221
Trading Hours
Daily 9:30am-10pm

1 comment:

Joandy said...

yummy!! thanks for comment, followed u back:))
see u!!


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