122 Watton St, Werribee VIC 3030, Australia

Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurants, Breakfast Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant, Restaurants, Restaurant, Vietnamese Restaurant

Restaurant, Food

(03) 9742 6172

Driving Directions

Duyen Duyen Vietnamese Chinese Restaurant

Be the first to write a review for Duyen Duyen Vietnamese Chinese Restaurant. Start your review today

Ashley Mayne
Great traditional food with a friendly atmosphere and good prices on the menu. I recommend that everyone should try it, you won't be disappointed.
Chris Cassin
The restaurant looks terrible but the food is good!
Jeff Cave
A life saver. I pulled in at 9pm after a long drive to be given a very reasonably priced meal with the freshest of ingredients. I said "keep the change".
Bruce McWilliam
Good food and service.
Stu Macaulay
Great food and great prices.

Cause of death revealed for convicted killer who escaped prison

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
Bradley Gillespie was imprisoned since 2016 and was convicted of a double homicide.
Read More

WATCH: Tourist’s near-miss with Yellowstone bison caught on camera

abcnews.go.com - 1 hour ago
A woman had a close call when she tried to touch a wild bison while posing for a photo at Yellowstone National Park.
Read More

How the Nuggets and Heat built their way to the Finals with a patience the Knicks, and a lot of the NBA, overlooked

nypost.com - 1 hour ago
These NBA Finals are about a lot of things, but above all, the matchup between the Nuggets and Heat are about the value of patience.
Read More

Sean "Diddy" Combs sues liquor giant Diageo, accusing it of racism

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
The suit asserts that while Diageo publicly promotes itself as a leader on diversity, Combs and his company found it unwilling to treat its Black partners equally. Diageo denies it.
Read More

Renewable energy surges, driven by solar boom and high fuel prices, report finds

abcnews.go.com - 1 hour ago
The world is set to add a record amount of renewable electricity capacity this year as governments and consumers seek to offset high energy prices and take advantage of a boom in solar power
Read More

India pauses plans to add new coal plants for five years, bets on renewables, batteries

abcnews.go.com - 1 hour ago
The Indian government will not consider any proposals for new coal plants for the next five years and focus on growing its renewables sector, according to an updated national electricity plan released Wednesday evening
Read More