Hello Auntie’s second outpost at Darling Square is a solid choice for delicious times. Not only is Hello Auntie dog-friendly (always a bonus), but this Vietnamese restaurant is never short of amazing, out-of-the-box feasts to dig into.
The latest is a brand new bottomless brunch that brings the best of Hello Auntie with a few baller trimmings, all for a very reasonable, budget-friendly price.
Every Saturday, the team at Hello Auntie in Darling Square is plating up a mix of Vietnamese brunch dishes with a twist. You’ll be able to order up bo tai (similar to Italian carpaccio) with aged beef tartare, truffle, capers and shallots; ca hoi tai with cured salmon, creme fraiche, tamarind gel and Jerusalem artichoke, XO prawn dumplings, and even Goi Cuon, a baller DIY rice paper roll kit.
To wash everything down there are bottomless glasses of fruity spritz which look like passionfruit grape, strawberry lime, or lychee ginger.
You can also get super fancy with Polanco Baerii sturgeon caviar, Yarra Valley brook trout gold caviar, Vietnamese flatbread, and egg salad, and creme fraiche, for an extra $20 per person.
The bottomless brunch requires a minimum of four people at $70 per person, and sittings are every Saturday from 12pm until 2pm.
What: Hello Auntie’s Ballin’ (On A Budget) Bottomless Brunch
When: Every Saturday, 12pm until 2pm
Where: Hello Auntie, Darling Square
Cost: $70 per person, $20 extra for “baller” additions
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Image credit: Hello Auntie