The flavours of south-east Asia are coming to Warrnambool's Liebig Street with restaurant chain Bami opening soon.
The visionary owners, Nhung and Bien, shared their exhilaration about this exciting venture. “It’s a remarkable milestone for us,” Nhung beamed. “We are delighted to bring the spirit of Bami to Hallett Cove, and we can’t wait for everyone to experience our flavours.”
Nestled within the vibrant tapestry of Hallett Cove, the 11th Bami store embraces the community with open arms. “This location is special to us,” Nhung shared. “We want to be a part of Hallett Cove’s culinary landscape, weaving our essence into the very fabric of the neighborhood.”
Behind the scenes, the culinary magic is orchestrated by Bien, the chef extraordinaire and the heartbeat of Bami. “Every dish carries a piece of my heart,” Bien confided. “From the beloved Banh Mi to the vibrant Vietnamese iced coffee, each creation has been carefully crafted to evoke an authentic taste.”
Bami Hallett Cove’s menu is an ode to diversity, capturing the essence of Vietnam’s culinary heritage. “We are thrilled to introduce dishes like the Bami Roll (Banh Mi) that reflects our roots,” Nhung said. “Our offerings include the Bun Bowl (Salad Bowl), Rice Bowl, Buffalo Rolls (Cold Rolls), Steamed Bun, and a symphony of other delectable options.”
Looking ahead, Nhung and Bien envision a future filled with culinary experiences that foster connections. “We want to create more than a store,” Nhung said earnestly. “We aim to create a haven where people gather, create memories, and forge friendships over exceptional food.”
The 11th Bami store is open daily, promising a haven for flavor enthusiasts seven days a week.
Bami Hallett Cove embarks on a culinary odyssey that promises to elevate Hallett Cove’s dining scene. With Bien’s culinary prowess and Nhung’s visionary spirit, this establishment is poised to weave tales of taste, culture, and community with every bite.