The older sophisticated sister.
Hidden in the backstreets of Windsor, Saigon Sally is a contemporary Vietnamese restaurant that embodies the vibrant, casual dining Melburnians have come to love.
Chef Adrian Li's unique contemporary Asian cuisine is a clever combination of traditional Vietnamese produce and classical technique, paired with a passion for fresh local market produce.
At the street front, a red neon lotus flower sign casts a light over diners queuing for an impromptu spot at the island bar, where they have a front row seat to the action of the live dessert station.
Saigon Sally was launched in 2013 and is the sister venue for the group's first venture, Hanoi Hannah. The opening of Saigon Sally saw the group become an authority in modern Vietnamese cuisine, south of the river.
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The slightly more mature yet promiscuous older sister.
Head Chef Adrian Li's contemporary Asian cuisine draws largely on Vietnamese staples, interpreted with the finesse and technique from his classic training at Donovan's restaurant. An emphasis on market sourced produce and fresh ingredients, ensures consistency in the quality of dishes.
Signature plates include the kingfish ceviche with pomelo and green papaya atop betel leaf, a main of braised pork belly with sticky black caramel and for dessert, the Tira-mi-sally, layers of macaron, Vietnamese coffee parfait, condensed milk and peanut brittle.Reflecting the decor and the cuisine, drinks are playful and imaginative, served speedily from a central bar.
Clever ingredient combinations, such as the You Got Girlfriend Vietnam, featuring broker's gin, lime, cucumber juice, jasmine tea, and mint, make Saigon Sally a popular post dinner destination for cocktail lovers.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 2 Duke Street Windsor | Map
✆ (03) 9939 5181
❊ Web Links ❊
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