Set on Regent Street, Yellow Fever stands out from the many Redfern eateries around it for offering Vietnamese-style cafe fare with an Aussie twist. We're talking beef brisket banh mi, salmon and dill rice paper rolls, and spam and egg brekkie rolls, which are served alongside freshly baked pastries and Little Marionette coffees.
Yellow Fever also turns out a range of Vietnamese soups, including beef and noodle stew and bún bò huế — a fragrant beef and pork noodle soup from the Huế region of Vietnam.
Open for breakfast and lunch six days per week, the cafe offers a simple, bright fit-out with floor-to-ceiling-windows, a black-tiled bar, newspaper wallpaper and timber tables.
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