Friday, 23 May 2014

Hoa Tran

Hello Fellow Nom Seekers!

If you ever need a case study of a successful Supply Chain, Hoa Tran is the place to analyse.  This restaurant provides cheap, fresh and delicious food very very quickly.  It has over 300 items on the menu, so there is bound to be something to please your palate.  Once you have ordered from the dizzingly abundant list on the menu, the food is to your table in moments.  

To give you an idea of what's on offer:  

Deep fried wontons ($9)  Little golden nuggets of yum.  I don't think I have ever had a bad fried wonton.

Malaysian styled braised beef with egg gravy.  Very unusual with the raw egg on top - but it was very tasty and the serving size was more than substantial.  It came with a little bowl of complementary soup (see below).  A nice touch.  All this for $11.

The Spicy Lemongrass Beef Noodle Broth.  My friend ordered this one.  The feedback was that it was not too spicy (a good thing) and once again substantially sized for $9.50.

My other friend had the Beef Stirred Fried Noodles.  It came with heaps of prawns and beef strips for $12.

The Chinese tea was complementary.

With over 300 menu items to work through, I anticipate I will be going back many times to slowly work through the list.

By the bye, although the address states Springvale Road, the entrance is off a wee service lane off Springvale Road.  Worth rootling around to find this little hidden gem.

Hoa Tran on Urbanspoon

Until next time...

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