Early next month, your stomach will be thanking you for all the joy and tastiness that will be arriving.
From the 3rd to the 10th of August, Bank Street is teaming up with Sit Lo to create pizza heaven. For the one week (one week!), you’ll be able to grab a Banh Mi, Bao, Cold Roll or Pho inspired pizza.
Sit Lo’s chef Grinny Nguyen and Bank Street’s Maddy D’Angelo created this menu based on our favourite Vietnamese goodies. I mean… Who can pass up a good pho? Or a pizza? Ever?
Beef brisket, crunchy noodles and mozzarella topped with fresh basil, red onion and sriracha on a Hoisin sauce base.
Pankho crumbed chicken, red onion, fresh diced cucumber, coriander and mozzarella topped with pickled carrot on a chilli mayo base.
The Banh Mi
Sliced sticky pork with pickled carrot and daikon, mozzarella, coriander and a drizzle of ginger sauce on a Hoisin base.
The Cold Roll (V)
Sautéed shitake mushrooms and salt-and-pepper tofu, topped with fresh red capsicum, spring onion and mozzarella on a sweet chilli sauce base.
Bank Street will also be offering $10 pizzas on Wednesdays, when they also provide some fantastic live acoustic jams, and $12 pizzas on Thursdays.
We’ll see you in food heaven.
When: 3rd-10th August
Where: Bank Street Social, 48 Hindley Street, Adelaide
Images via Bank Street Social's Facebook page
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