With so many fond workplace memories of their branch at Pyrmont and the disenchantment of stepping foot into a grocery store in these turbulent times of coronavirus, this place called out from the main strip of Quay Street.
The chicken breast skewers could have been a little more moist but it’s that peanut satay sauce that keeps you interested…
To off set the chilli zing in those fishcakes and cumin filled curry puffs is the zesty squeeze of lemon on the salt and pepper squid.
When it comes to a side of asian greens with soy sauce, they add to the pad thai or alongside the dishes to add roughage and layers to the alternating savoury and spicy flavours that have been selected in today’s menu.
What’s dangeously seductive are the $8 takeaway option on the same dishes you sit in to have (for about $5 more) that make it so appealing. It’s good to note on a lazy night of not wanting to cook, but on this Sunday, we sit in.
It’s one of our favorite thai curries because of the balanced tanginess and spice. The swirling flavours of cumin, lemongrass and tamarind are so good when bathing your rice in it.
The slow cook of the beef shoulder / chuck steak never disappoints. The meat has absorbed the aromatics of the sauce and can be head with or without it.
Larger groups would have difficulty here as the layout is typically set in twos however a booth area that lines the wall could accommodate a party of 6-8.
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