Eat & Drink

Ms Co Giang

Beaumont Street’s Oasis Food Plaza just got a little tastier

It’s a Friday night out and you’ve bounced around all the late-night hang-out spots on Hamilton’s Beaumont Street. You’re tired, a little tipsy, and hella hungry – where do you go?

If your answer isn’t the Oasis Food Plaza then your night out shenanigans were on a very different level to many a Novocastrian.

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The Oasis Food Plaza has no doubt made an appearance in many locals' and visitors’ late-night memories. Whether it was a tasty kebab pick-me-up on the way home, a greasy bowl of chips that just hits the spot, or a cheesy slice of pizza to curb the hangover.

Just recently, a new hole-in-the-wall foodie spot opened its roller door and it may just change your brain chemistry about this iconic corner foodie spot.  

Introducing Ms Co Giang.

This Vietnamese joint recently opened in September. The fresh, airy, and minimalistic design is enough to grab your attention, but it’s the extensive menu that will have you coming back.

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Offering a variety of popular Vietnamese dishes including Banh Mi (Vietnamese roll) with 11 different toppings to choose from, Goi Cuon (rice paper rolls), Bun (rice vermicelli salad bowls), Com (rice dishes), Pho (noodle soup), plus a collection of Aussie items like burgers and wraps.

The offering doesn’t just stop at the food though, the drinks menu is also loaded with Vietnamese goods including 10 different fresh juice options, blueberry soda, and, of course, Vietnamese iced coffee.

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Small in size, but big in flavour, Ms Co Giang is an ideal lunch break spot, either take away or take the dine in option under the shade of the Oasis Food Plaza.