Saigon Sally has revolutionised Sundays in Windsor, with their unique Viet-style, yum-cha, banquet-version of the bottomless boozy brunch.
You know I’m a fean for a good brunch. And what better way to complete the ultimate weekend in Melbourne, than with a stroll down Chapel Street and a visit to the ultra-funky Dukes Street restaurant, which is tucked off the popular shopping strip, near Tram stop 44.
At the Saigon Sally bottomless brunch, you’ll enjoy six of their most popular plates, such as the sticky lamb ribs, Saigon chilli crabs and famous tira-mi-sally. Whilst sipping on a never-ending supply of bubbles and Beer Hanoi.
My advice is to go with friends who are prepared to make all the decisions for you, because the menu selection is sooooo good, you’re going to want to avoid a serious case of #fomo! Or better still, go back for more next weekend so you can indulge in all the dishes you missed out on the first time.
But the offering doesn’t stop there… Saigon Sally have now introduced an oyster bar to the brunch line-up. Freshly shucked oysters with a drizzle of lemon juice are just what you need to complete the Sunday feast!
My favourite plate? The seared scallop, served with green curry, apple and salmon roe… YUMMMM!
Bottomless Brunch on Sunday’s with Sally.
$69 for unlimited bubbles, Bia Hanoi & 6 share plates or $39 for food only.
Four sittings, 12pm, 12:30pm, 2:00pm, 2:30pm.
Bookings are essential.
2 Duke Street Windsor 3181
Ph: 03 9533 2342