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Vietnamese Street Food on A Whole New Level

We bring you food that is inspired by the amazing and delicious Vietnamese street food experience in Vietnam, made with love, care and attention to detail using locally sourced fresh seasonal produce with a modern twist.

Our Story

Our Locations

Surry Hills

10am to 3pm - Monday to Friday
Closed weekends

94 Wentworth Ave
(Corner of Campbell St)

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10am to 3pm
Open seven days

115 Enmore Rd
(Opposite Enmore Theatre)

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OUR fresh, healthy,
tasty, Vietnamese FOOD

Our food is inspired by street food vendors across Vietnam and all over Asia. We are passionate about food and aim to exceed your expectation.

Our vision is to embrace all the wonderful inspirations around the world and carefully translate all that into Vietnamese Street Food selecting only the best quality produce and ingredients sourced and hand picked locally

Banh Mi, Pho, Noodles & MOre!

  • Banh Mi
  • Pho
  • Smoothies
  • Noodles


AHHHHHMAZING rice paper rolls!!! Cannot get enough of the roast duck, also the roast pork roll with crackling and apple is pretty special too! Not to mention awesome service! Can you tell I love this place?! X

Erin Phillips - Facebook Review

2Best Vietnamese Street Food by far! The Banh Mi is amazing as well as their Iced Vietnamese Coffee and fresh spring rolls. Every thing is super fresh and tasty. What makes this place even more special is the wonderful store owner Mai and her family. She is so special and works almost everyday to keep her business in too top shape. Always a warm welcome- to me it's like seeing family. Family that feed you with love. I love this place so much. I recommend it to everyone.

Fotini Platis - Facebook Review

Such amazingly fresh and delicious food! Love the soft shell crab rice paper rolls! Wonderful service! Thank you so much!

Manjula Gunawardena - Facebook Review

The story of Great Aunty Three

Established in 2011.

Born in Can Tho Vietnam 1979, at age one in 1980 Michael arrived in Australia cradled in his mother's arms. By the tender age of nine, Michael's family opened a cafe in Kingsgrove where he would help his parents after school and on weekends. Here is where Michael learned the skill of using the espresso machine (standing on milk crates for extra height), preparing and cooking meals and everything café related. This was the beginning of something amazing.

Growing up, Michael was fortunate to be surrounded by amazing cooks such as his father a chef, grandmother also a chef and uncles and aunties whom owned restaurants and bakeries around Sydney.

After spending a decade in corporate world, Michael discovered his passion has always been in food, and began drafting a plan to open a cafe with his wife Mai Le.

Armed with his mother's and grandmother's knowledge, recipes and guidance the husband and wife team began tinkering with his café concept. The humble beginnings of Great Aunty Three was born.