Me Oi in Vietnamese means ‘Hey Mum!’ – a term that many Vietnamese families use most when they are hungry. Me Oi, located in Sydney's CBD on Pitt Street, is a Vietnamese restaurant that uses home-style cooking by, you guessed it, mum. You’ll feel right at home as soon as you enter with all the food at Me Oi dedicated to founder Johnny Nguyen’s mum, as well as all the mums out there. Their pho is sure to bring on a case of the warm and fuzzies just like a mum-cuddle and it's no surprise to us that it's in the running for Sydney’s best pho.
There are seven different types of pho on the menu from pho topped with beef balls to pho topped with seafood. You can also add extra meat or noodles to create an even bigger and better pho. If you’re more of a vermicelli sort of person, their vermicelli noodles with BBQ pork and spring rolls are a must try.
At Me Oi their philosophy is to create a meal of love and happiness that you can enjoy with your friends and family, so take yourself down and see what all the Pho-uss is about.