Competition in China town is tough, and this Thai restaurant proved that cooking authentic Thai will always win customers. Affordable as well! Nothing fancy here, you go for the food and you leave happy.
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This is a small restaurant (near Central railway station and opposite the road to the Capitol Theatre) without the five star treatment of more upmarket restaurants. We had fish cakes for an entree, beef stir fry and a plate of Thai rice for the main...More
We all had different meals. All of good quality, however, came out at different times. Very limited wine list. Service OK
Fabulous little Thai restaurant. All food was absolutely splendid and very authentic flavours. The fresh coconut juice was particularly good (came in an actual coconut and as fresh as I have tastes in Thailand!) Service was perfect, very speedy and waitresses were so friendly. Also...More
My wife and I ate here after a long flight returning from the USA. Our hotel was nearby and we soon found this little gem. The food was good and the service very friendly and prompt. The menu is quite extensive and attracts both locals,...More
had take way 4 times with my hotel adjacent. some real bargains on the menu. fast pleasant service. the duck salad and tofu with veggies were highlights.
I came for lunch with my daughter and a friend. We were seated as a group snd then sfter waiting 20 minutes were served. 3 mains and an appetizer. I have never been to a restaurant in all my travels where the 3 main courses...More
The service was rude and agressive, a smile nonexistent. I ordered a dish specifically without mushrooms, but it was still served with mushrooms. When I mentioned it, both mine and my wifes dish (and she DOES like mushrooms) were snatched from the table. They were...More
We ate here twice on our visit to Sydney. The pad Thai, the salt and pepper calamari and spring rolls we all delicious. Its a busy place and staff are attentive and lovely.