Honest. Wholesome. Quality
* ANNOUNCEMENT *
WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR NEW STORE LOCATED AT SHOP 2, 11 WAYMOUTH STREET, ADELAIDE IS NOW OPEN!
MONDAY – FRIDAY 10.30AM – 3.30PM!
PLEASE ENSURE YOU SELECT THE CORRECT STORE FOR PICK UP
ONLINE ORDERING IS CURRENTLY ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP AT BANK ST & WAYMOUTH ST
Sit Lo is born and bred in South Australia by friends from very different cultures that share a passion for bold flavours.
We know that life does not fit a schedule and whether you need a quick lunch or an after hours place to laugh and enjoy our tasty sit lo bites with friends, we are here for you. At Sit Lo we look to bring our Vietnamese chef’s vision to life. We offer a specialised assortment of choices to make your mouth water from our Specialty handmade Steam Buns (Baos) to our Banh Mi and Pho.
Now with 3 CBD Locations!
30 BANK STREET, ADELAIDE
Monday – Saturday : 11:00am – 9:00pm
Ph: 0456 659 841
UNISA CITY WEST CAMPUS – GF, Barbara Hanrahan (BH) Building
Monday – Friday : 10.30am – 3.30pm
Ph: 08 8123 7341
SHOP 2/11 WAYMOUTH STREET, ADELAIDE
Monday – Friday : 10.30AM – 3.30PM
Phone: 0452 658 211
All stores closed on Public Holidays
”The City Awards’s best lunch on the run category two years in a row 2015-2016The City Messenger
NOODLE & SALAD BOWLS
Your choice between Rice Vermicelli OR
Mesclun Salad Mix OR Rainbow Salad Mix
Served with pickled carrot and condiments served with Vietnamese dressing
Vietnamese bread rolls served with pickled carrot, cucumber and coriander
BAOS (STEAM BUNS)
3 FOR 15.00
Your choice of protein with steamed Jasmine Rice, cucumber, pickled carrot & condiments
“Further rejuvenating the west end of town, Sit Lo is funky, fresh and fashionable. I don’t doubt that in no time at all, this place’s popularity will absolutely skyrocket. Fancy yet humble, tasty yet inexpensive. I’m phở-king impressed.”Madeleine DunneMADELAIDE REVIEW
“Delicious food in a cool, small venue at decent prices. Ticks all the boxes for me.”Feed Me Adelaide!Adelaide Hills based blogger
“Authentic Vietnamese flavours meet western styles in a fusion reflecting the very different cultures of the restaurant's three creators. Their streetfood-esque offerings are what you would hope to find on a busy corner of Saigon, but made for the people of Adelaide.”Lara Turner Weekend Notes
“Sit Lo stands out because it combines the fast-paced, lunch-break-friendly cuisine with an environment that celebrates its culture. There are no fluorescent lights, linoleum flooring or plastic seats for you to pardon as a quirk of the cuisine. Sit Lo’s got style”Broadsheet Adelaide