Mrs. Luu's (Milton, QLD)
The weather's been quite lovely lately, so I decided to visit Milton, a suburb that I typically don't really have any business in. My original intent was to grab coffee at Bunker, then head to Mrs. Luu's for lunch, but I was a bit crunched for time, so decided on just one place. I was banking on Mrs. Luu's having Vietnamese coffee - the one with the condensed milk - so I just went straight there...
It was about noon when I arrived and was greeted by the friendly staff - and I only note this because 20 minutes later the crowds started piling in. The menu is simple, and I chose the Three Little Piggies Banh Mi (7), which has all the veggies with Vietnamese porschetta and ham, along with BBQ pork. The baguette was fresh and crunchy, and probably one of the best breads I've had in terms of a baguette! It wasn't hard to bite into, though it was a bit messy. The meat was pretty good, although my mistake was ordering something with processed meats, which I'm not a big fan of. I think I'll go with the chicken filet next time - and there will definitely be a next time!
I also had the Vietnamese coffee (4), which was actually just alright. It wasn't mind-blowingly amazing, but tasted the way it should have. I think the problem was that there wasn't enough ice, which seems to happen in Brisbane a lot, and it just wasn't as refreshing as it could've been! Either way, this is definitely a place I would return to, as it's located just outside of the train station and is a comfortable (air conditioned!) place to enjoy a delicious, casual meal.
Price: 10-15AUD/person | $
25 Railway Terrace
Milton, QLD 4064