One of Brisbane’s favourite Vietnamese restaurants, Vietnamese Mint, has long delighted diners with their contemporary take on classic Vietnamese dishes. Whether it’s their mouth-watering special pho, made with 12-hour beef broth and fresh, juicy beef, or their deliciously spicy and just-the-right-amount-of-creamy seafood laksa, their menu has been designed to give diners an overview of traditional Asian cuisine that is fresh, flavourful and fast.

Owner Tze Tan has been creating and sharing his delicious dishes for over 15 years and is ready to do something entirely different. Now, in an effort to completely reinvent the way we enjoy Vietnamese street food, the team have decided to turn all your favourite dishes upside down. Literally. Tze and his team are launching an entirely unique pop-up called Flying Noodles!

The gravity-defying dishes will showcase delicious Vietnamese eats in a way that we’ve never seen before. These quirky and mind-boggling dishes come in a few different styles. Whether it’s the Flying Unicorn Noodles that change colour right in front of your eyes, or the Flying Dragon Noodles and Flying Bento Box, there’s no denying that these dishes are going to be both challenging and exciting to eat. We bet they’ll also look pretty damn good on the ‘gram…

Feature image: A Farm Girl’s Dabbles

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