One of my farewell dinners was at Nghi Ngan Quan (Shop 4/34 Wright St, Ferryden Park, SA 5010). I came here before with another group of friends but we ended up leaving the place because it’s not what we’re looking for. Who knows, this time I ended up here with my church’s friends after I told them I wanted to have Vietnamese food before going back because there’s none back home. So they suggested this place. According to them, it’s one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in Adelaide.
Left: I’m not sure what’s this for, to go with what *LOL* Maybe it’s for the spicy pho.
Right: To be added to the pho.
Combination cold rolls (AUD16), do it yourself. Must share this with at least 3 people, a lot!
Left: Quail (AUD7/serve)
Right: Vietnamese salad with prawns, jellyfish and lotus rhizome (AUD15).
Left: Broken rice special combination (small-AUD11, large-AUD12).
Right: Spicy pork and beef noodle soup (small-AUD9.00, large-AUD10.00, extra large-AUD11.00).
Left: Special combination beef noodle soup (small-AUD9.00, large-AUD10.00, extra large-AUD11.00).
Right: Durian smoothie (AUD4). You can only get durian smoothie (real durian!) in Vietnamese eateries.
Overall, the food was great. The pho is different from all the other Vietnamese establishments I’ve been to. Very strong spice taste. I don’t quite like it. Price wise, it’s pretty standard. Environment wise, it’s classier compared to the others.