Four Sisters on Lang
Vietnamese classics with an Australian twist.
February 11, 2016
With a name like Four Sisters on Lang, you'd expect a quartet of siblings to be running Auchenflower's newest eatery. You'd be right — and you'll also find them serving up homemade breakfast and lunch dishes inspired by their Vietnamese heritage.
That means five types of goi uon rolls, six banh mi options and six kinds of bun — or rice paper rolls, baguettes and vermicelli noodles. Expect new options to start the day, too, such as a Vietnamese breakfast baguette boasting bacon, egg, pickled, coriander and soy sauce, as well as the Four Sisters Vietnamese big breakfast that will introduce marinated fillet steak to your morning.
The titular Four Sisters aren't just paying tribute to the kind of cooking they grew up with in their cosy Lang Parade location, however — they're recognising their Australian influences as well. Usual café options like eggs on toast, eggs benedict, burgers and sandwiches also feature, should you want to mix and match Asian and Western options.