A small Sydney bakery is said to be home to “Australia’s best banh mi” after attracting the attention of foodies.
Top Ryde Bakers House, located 15km northwest of the CBD, often sees customers queuing each day to get their hands on the delicious Vietnamese bun.
The pictures of the food are enough to make your mouth water, with 15 different options available between $8 and $12, from Chinese BBQ Pork to Lemongrass Chicken to Crispy Pork.
Fans have boasted about the family business in videos that have gone viral, with many rating the food “10 out of 10.”
Family-owned shop Top Ryde Bakers House (pictured) sells a variety of freshly made banh mi
Foodies are so obsessed with delicious food that they are willing to wait 30 minutes to be served.
15 different options are available and cost between $8 and $12
Food blogger Sharon I visited the store this week and waited 30 minutes to order.
“The only time I queued for food that went viral on TikTok and thought it was worth the wait was when I went to get banh mi at Top Ryde Bakers House ” she said in a video.
“They are very generous with their filling – they literally fill it up – and the pâté was so strong and flavorful.”
As it wasn’t her first trip to Top Ryde Bakers House, she ordered something different and opted for three different sandwiches: the Crispy Pork, the BBQ Pork and the Pulled Pork.
“The barbecue pork was the best, but the classic banh mi is also one of my favorites,” she said.
Even if Sharron had to wait half an hour, she would “do it again” to get a good banh mi.
Food blogger Sharron (pictured) visited the store this week and ordered three different sandwiches: the crispy pork, barbecue pork and pulled pork.
Food images shared on Instagram are sure to make your mouth water
Another foodie who goes by the name Sydney Food Boy also bragged about the bakery. “This place may have the longest queue in the history of Asian bakeries, but it’s home to some of the best banh mi in Australia,” he said.
Another foodie who goes by the name Sydney Food Boy also boasted about the bakery in a video that has surpassed over 1.4 million views.
“This place may have the longest queue in the history of Asian bakeries, but it’s home to some of the best banh mi in Australia,” he said.
“You have to try the delicious melt-in-your-mouth Chinese Barbecue Pork and the crowd favorite Crispy Skin Roasted Port.
“They’ll cost you $10 each and they will absolutely stack the meat. It’s really worth it ! »
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