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  1. Thanh Binh

    Thanh Binh is a Vietnamese restaurant institution, attracting diners from all over Sydney to enjoy a selection of tasty and traditional cuisine. Specialties include ‘roll it yourself' rice paper rolls and ‘cook at your table' beef fondue wi…

  2. Bach Dang Restaurant

    If you're looking for real Vietnamese food, you've got to head to Sydney's south west. Located just around the corner from Canley Vale station, the Bach Dang Restaurant has been serving up traditional dishes since its doors opened in 1982. …

  3. Fat Panda

    Don't let the cute name and breezy attitude fool you, Fat Panda's Japanese cuisine is served up with serious skill. Fat Panda is smart and contemporary; its small dining room in Canley Heights features a sushi train and diners can watch the…

  4. Hai Au Lang Nuong

    This Canley Vale restaurant is always busy, especially when the large charcoal fired barbecue gets going. Ga chay bo nuong than (barbecue chicken) and whole cooked fish are family favourites a long with the cook-your-own fare. A bucket fill…

  5. Holy Basil (Canley Heights)

    Holy Basil is a cheap and cheerful Canley Heights restaurant offering the national fare of Laos. Its dining room is decked out in city-smart decor and the menu incorporates familiar Thai dishes with exciting Laotian flavours.…

  6. Phu Quoc

    Although it may be cramped and a little shabby Phu Quoc is one of Cabramatta’s well-established eateries, serving a medley of authentic Vietnamese and Chinese bites. The DIY rice paper rolls are a fun starter, and we here the Bun Mung Vit (…