A new development in Sydney's south-western suburbs is targeting the burgeoning Vietnamese community. Little Saigon, as it's known, on Chapel Road in Bankstown in being developed by Fam International and built by Deicorp.

"Developed by family developers Fam International and designed by Nordon Jago Architects, the project will not only feature what is believed to be Sydney’s largest Yum Cha restaurant by the acclaimed Golden Group, and Bankstown’s first rooftop alfresco bars and terraces, but it will also include two supermarkets, an 3,537 sqm function centre, boutique fashion outlets, and medical centre," said a Little Saigon spokesperson.

"The centre is also located right next door to German supermarket chain Aldi. Other confirmed tenants include Eyecare Network, B Beauty & Beyond Laser Clinic, a large 340sqm Pharmacy and numerous restaurants."

Little Saigon construction taking shape on Chapel Road.

An artist's impression of how Little Saigon will eventually look.

A look inside the enormous yum cha restaurant.

John and David Fam from Fam International. These brothers "are taking over the reigns of the family-run company from their father Richard Fam".