Viet Hoa Hot Bread
Time Out says
In a suburb full of Vietnamese institutions, Viet Hoa stands tall
Cabramatta has been the centre of Vietnamese culture and cuisine in Sydney since the 1970s, with the streets surrounding the station housing all manner of cheap and cheerful eateries. A ‘Hot Bread’ sign on almost every corner signals that you truly are in banh mi territory, and one of the titans is undoubtedly Viet Hoa Hot Bread on bustling John Street. For just a couple of gold coins, Viet Hoa has been slinging pork rolls for over three decades, and they're as authentic as they come. The standout ingredient in Viet Hoa’s pork rolls is the fresh bread itself, with a crusty outside and light, airy inside. Fillings are simple and trustworthy, and they're open 24/7, so when the cravings kick in, you know exactly where to head.