(stir fried thin rice noodles with chicken, dried shrimps, bean sprouts, garlic, peanuts and chives in a tamarind and palm sugar sauce)
We found this a bit too sweet otherwise a very delicious pad Thai!
Larpb Gai (spicy minced chicken salad)
Fresh tasting with a real spicy kick.
Gaeng Keaw Gai (green curry with chicken, apple eggplants, kaffir lime leaves, chilli and basil)
Mhu Bhing (grilled pork skewer) and Gai Satay (chicken satay skewer)
Both were good but I probably enjoyed the pork more so than the chicken.
Todt Mun Goong (prawn cakes with pickled plum relish)
Excellent crispy batter and a flavoursome dipping sauce.
Gai Todt (crisp fried coconut milk marinated chicken with smoked chilli relish)
I was curious to see whether the chicken would taste any different with the coconut milk marinate. It didn’t. Just tasted like normal chicken.
Traditional Thai Drinking Cups
Cha Nohm Yen
(sweet iced tea with caramelised milk)
Milky, sweet and oh-so-delicious!
Hands down the best Thai food I’ve had outside of Thailand and my mum’s kitchen. The menu here is huge and chock-full of authentic Thai dishes. The atmosphere was bustling, the service quick, and the staff all Thai. I have nothing else to say but CHAT THAI, PLEASE COME TO MELBOURNE!
20 Campbell St, Haymarket, NSW
(02) 9211 1808