122 Watton St, Werribee VIC 3030, Australia
122 Watton Street Werribee VI
Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurants, Breakfast Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant, Restaurants, Restaurant, Vietnamese Restaurant
(03) 9742 6172
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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.
The restaurant looks terrible but the food is good!
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".
Good food and service.
Great food and great prices.
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