Auntie’s Sunday Roast
Hello Auntie Restaurant has created an abundant Vietnamese Sunday Roast just in time for the winter season. Known for its ‘new-school’ twist on classic Vietnamese favourites Hello Auntie’s owner and executive chef Cuong Nguyen has re-imagined the classic sunday roast with a Vietnamese twist. From June 20th, Sydney-siders will be able to enjoy the four-part Sunday Roast with all the trimmings every Sunday lunch at Hello Auntie Darling Square & Hello Auntie Marrickville.
For $35 per person diners will receive a feast of smoked lemongrass chicken, juicy roast pork belly, wagyu bo la lot (ground wagyu blade wrapped in betel leaf and grilled over charcoal) with vermicelli sheets with shallot oil and salad leaves. The roast is made to be eaten in a similar fashion to Hello Auntie’s Goi Cuon – DIY Rice Paper Roll Kit – designed to share with family and friends, diners are encouraged to “wrap” the meats up in the vermicelli sheets and salad leaves and tuck straight in. Hello Auntie’s Vietnamese Sunday Roast will be available every Sunday lunch throughout winter at Darling Square and Marrickville.
Bookings must be made via Hello Auntie’s website. For any parties above 10, please email us directly on [email protected] for Darling Square venue and [email protected] for Marrickville venue. Please note that all bookings of 8 or above will incur a 10% service fee applied to the table. For our full reservation policy and T&Cs please click here.