Hoang Gia, Homebush, Sydney

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Hoang Gia is located in one of the small alleyways off Flemington, a little bit hard to find, but if you walk around the main shopping area with all the other Vietnamese restaurants and Asian grocery shops, you're bound to find it.

Arriving at around 2pm, we had just beat the lunch time rush and were able to quickly grab ourselves a table. Tea is complimentary as per most Vietnamese restaurants and served in a thermos on the table. We quickly browsed the plastic folder menu but we had pretty much already made up our minds as to what we wanted to eat.

Crispy Skin Chicken with egg noodle - $12- a simple but tasty dish. Crispy skin chicken served separately to a big bowl of egg noodles with some greens. I don't know how they do it, but the chicken meat is still so moist whilst the skin is so deliciously crispy.

Beef and beef ball pho - $9  - It's hard to not order a pho whenever you go to a Vietnamese restaurant as you can be pretty sure it's going to be super tasty. This one is no exception, beautiful noodles, juicy beef balls and flavoursome broth. So good.

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