Loving MissChu

Misschu Vietnamese Tuckshop, CBD:

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Misschu loves iPhone
Misschu loves iPhone
and is allll about efficiency
and is allll about efficiency

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clockwise from top: satay chicken warm vermicelli salad egg omelet, avocado and balsamic caramelised onion rice paper rolls shanghai pork steamed dumplings pork and wood ear mushroom steamed rice crepes  prawn and crab vermicelli pastry spring rolls
clockwise from top:
satay chicken warm vermicelli salad
egg omelet, avocado and balsamic caramelised onion rice paper rolls
shanghai pork steamed dumplings
pork and wood ear mushroom steamed rice crepes
prawn and crab vermicelli pastry spring rolls

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I like Misschu. She’s three-quarters old school Asian mum who can whip up an array of flavourful traditional food, and one-quarter hip enough to know that the young and hungry first world students we are also require chargers for our Mac-babies. What’s of greater priority – attending to our empty stomachs or batteries? It’s the question that defines our generation and Mama Chu’s got you covered in 6 different locations.

With an efficient “tell me what you want and you’ve got it” style of ordering, where you number how many of what dish/drink you’d like to order on a tearaway paper menu, there’s never too long of a line. Patrons usually takeaway, probably needing to get back to their offices, but you can choose to grab a seat if you can snag one at the counter or nearby ironing-board tables. Prices are affordable and worth the taste!

I’ll miss trekking here regularly from uni between breaks but will be back when around the area. I’ve had pretty much everything on the menu and it’s all good! Do come down to the lower ground level of Regent Place and try it out, especially when that craving for fresh and delicious alternatives to typical café food hits. If it’s beer-o’clock grab an Asian variety or a ridiculously and addictingly flavoured banana smoothie, and check out the specials written up on the massive chalkboard. Just don’t drop by too late because their famous rice paper rolls tend to sell out by the late arvo.

Contact Misschu:

Misschu CBD Tuckshop on Urbanspoon

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