Monday, June 25, 2012

MINH TAN BAKERY, INALA TOWN CENTRE

MINH TAN BAKERY© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012

If you live in Brisbane and haven’t tried Minh Tan Bakery’s Toasted Vietnamese Rolls, you’re missing a lot big time!  Local Asians knows that they serves the best Vietnamese Rolls (Bánh mì) in town.

MINH TAN BAKERY SHOP FRONT© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012

Minh Tan Bakery also offers Macarons in different flavours, exquisite cakes and pastries.  They have the usual hot pies, pasties and sausage rolls….and of course delicious freshly baked crusty breads.

MINH TAN BAKERY SANDWICHES MENU© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012

Their sandwiches are pack with fillings, I had tried a few and very happy with what I have munch on so far.

MINH TAN BAKERY VIETNAMESE ROLLS MENU© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012

For people who are not aware of Vietnamese Rolls….this fantastic creation is made of Toasted Vietnamese Baguette, filled with meats, butter, pâté, shredded carrots, sliced cucumber and fresh sprigs of coriander.

To read the Menu, Bánh mì is the term for bread in Vietnam and what comes after it is what the main fillings inside the Rolls, eg. Bánh mì thit is filled with pork meat.

MINH TAN BAKERY BANH MI THIT© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012Bánh mì thit (Toasted Vietnamese Pork Roll)

The TRIBE’s favourite is Minh Tan’s Bánh mì thit (Toasted Vietnamese Pork Roll).  I’ve order different versions before but we always come back to our beloved Bánh mì thit.  When I was in Secondary School, my friends and I use to order our Pork Rolls in Darra but Minh Tan is the best.  Tried also the shops in Inala Civic Centre and been disappointed, they were bland and have hardly any fillings at all.

BANH MI THIT FILLINGS© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012

If I ask my kids to choose…McDonalds or Vietnamese Pork Rolls, they always choose the Pork Rolls.  What’s not to love about it, crispy golden baked baguette slathered with gorgeous butter and pâté, filled with slices of pork (different kinds), sweet shredded carrots and crunchy strips of cucumber with sprigs of coriander and a few drops of Maggi seasoning.  Not to forget, if you want a bit of a bite…you can request chilli with your Vietnamese Pork Roll.

BEST BANH MI THIT© BUSOG! SARAP! 2012

Every bite is like a party in your mouth, everything just harmonise and before you know it, you have wolfed down your Pork Roll and have crispy baguette crumbs all over your clothes…hehehehehe!  Part of the experience!

So now, I have divulge our TRIBE’s favourite Inala snack….so if you happen to visit Inala, remember to drop by Minh Tan Bakery and order one, and tell me if am I right that they have the best Bánh mì thit (Toasted Vietnamese Pork Roll) in Brisbane.

 

LOCATION:     MINH TAN BAKERY

                         Shop 43 Inala Town Centre

                         INALA  QLD  4077

                         PH:  (07) 3372 1000


F.Y.I~ I’m not related or connected to this business. This is one of my favourite shops that I frequently visit and the purpose of this post is to give you a sneak peek. We paid with our own TRIBE money for our foodie purchases.  The prices on the Menu boards are current when this post was done and are subject to change anytime.


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1 comment:

  1. The Banh mi is good, despite the owner was rude and obnoxious

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