Gia Hoi

Gia Hoi

299 Chapel Road South, Bankstown, Sydney, Australia

🛍 Coffee, Meat, Pasta, Asian, Soup

4.2 💬160 Bewertungen

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Delve into the sumptuous menu at Gia Hoi. Situated in 299 Chapel Road South, Bankstown, Sydney, Australia, this restaurant leaves a lasting impression with its remarkable dishes. With an outstanding rating of 4.2, our esteemed establishment has established a legacy of exceptional dining. The result of hard work, commitment, and passion reflected in 156 appreciative reviews. Experience the excellence in every bite. For a delightful meal at home, simply choose https://gia-hoi.business.site/, your web window for easy ordering.


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Macey Bernier
Macey Bernier

Pho is not my only favorite here, but avocado milkshake is synonymous thumb Grief Pho with Avocado Milkshake (Prefect Match) Grief Gia Hoi got many shops throughout Sydney, but I just like the in Bankstown. The staff are friendly and the foods are the best among all

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Kristy Tillman
Kristy Tillman

A famous Vietnam Restaurant in Bankstown. I love her spicy beef brush soup and spring roll. The part of it is very big and the taste is so delicious. And the staff is also friendly. I love it


Aaliyah Murray
Aaliyah Murray

Good value for the portions, decent hearty warm soup meals for cold weather. The meals were nothing out of the ordinary, but it can definitely recommend the Vietnamese ice coffee. Not many cafes or restaurants make a good mix of coffee, but this restaurant nails this drink ???????? ✨


Carli Jakubowski
Carli Jakubowski

This is my local Vietnamese restaurant that I go regularly for my fix traditional delicious Vietnamese food. Good variety of dishes that are very fresh and delicious. My favorite dish is the Sugarcane shrimp with Ricevermicelli You can make your own rice paper with every single times. The crispy chicken with tomato rice or noodle soup is also a must! House this restaurant.


Rosalee Kuhlman
Rosalee Kuhlman

Decided to take a huge gambling today, and visit Gia Hoi over my favorite place in the Bankstown, which serves the same, then Dong Ba. Unfortunately, the gambling did not pay off and in fact resembled here many years of my first experience. The soup was simply put, the soup was not annoying enough for her signature Bun Bo Hue (spicy chili-cowl with noodles). The soup lacked frankness, and aromates to give complexity. Grief It was a shame because the place looked very clean, the service was friendly and efficient and the pasta came out in record time. The bowl was huge and the quality of the ingredients was a place where the pasta were not overcooked when Dong Ba sometimes does, but as with all Vietnamese noodle soups, the hero lies in the soup and without good storage, the rest is pointless. Grief Grief The Hanoi crab and shrimp spring rolls were fluffy and crispy from the rice paper pastry. The filling of black mushroom, METMECELLI, had notes of fresh shrimp, which calmed down how many restaurants take short cuts with spring roll fillings. Unfortunately, there was no crab taste and it was served with filled Sweet Chili sauce, which was a pity, as this was one of the rare Vietnamese restaurants, which served the full mint, salad counted carrots and rescue with their spring rolls. Although I have a question of taste, I personally think, a simple NUOC MAM (classic Vietnamese dive sauce), would have dropped this authentic dish. Grief The iced coffee was on the brand.


Lawson Abbott
Lawson Abbott

Decided to take a huge gambling today, and visit Gia Hoi over my favorite place in the Bankstown, which serves the same, then Dong Ba. Unfortunately, the gambling did not pay off and in fact resembled here many years of my first experience. The soup was simply put, the soup was not annoying enough for her signature Bun Bo Hue (spicy chili-cowl with noodles). The soup lacked frankness, and aromates to give complexity. Grief It was a shame because the place looked very clean, the service was friendly and efficient and the pasta came out in record time. The bowl was huge and the quality of the ingredients was a place where the pasta were not overcooked when Dong Ba sometimes does, but as with all Vietnamese noodle soups, the hero lies in the soup and without good storage, the rest is pointless. Grief Grief The Hanoi crab and shrimp spring rolls were fluffy and crispy from the rice paper pastry. The filling of the black mushroom, MeRecelli, had notes of fresh shrimp, calmed down how many restaurants ... read more


Mr. Dedric Harvey
Mr. Dedric Harvey

This is one of our family-to-go-to-to-to-to-for-Vietnamese square. Authentic and flaves foods, generous serving and fare. This place is always packed with people, but worth waiting :)


Ms. Makenzie Schimmel DVM
Ms. Makenzie Schimmel DVM

My Pho was so-so, so the size was good, but I just did not feel the noodles or the ingredients not so much if they are sitting, though I am Bye GIA X.

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Categories

  • Coffee
  • Meat
  • Pasta
  • Asian
  • Soup
  • Ice Cream
  • Casual
  • Vietnamese

Amenities

  • Breakfast
  • Takeaway Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Bring Your Own Wine
  • Kid Friendly
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Seating
  • Takeout

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