Last night we met up with local friends for dinner at the Griffith Vietnamese Restaurant. It is reasonably priced middle of the road restaurant with a generally favourable reputation although an internet search shows mixed opinions about the food. We enjoyed our meals and would return happily based on that experience.
Apart from the quality of the food, the other main claim to the restaurant's fame is that it is frequented by many of Australia's Federal politicians often around their work breaks from the nearby Parliament House.
The walls are covered with handwritten testimonials from those dining Pollies. Here is a photo downloaded from their Facebook page.
Should you not enjoy your meal, the walls may still prove entertaining.