You know a place is good when it's 10pm and the place is still packed. Kitchen was still working hard, with waiters everywhere. Spontaneous post-night clinic food run just down the street from uni. Haven't been here for over 3 years now, and it's just as good, if not better.
Steamed egg noodles w/ BBQ Beef, Chinese broccoli, bean sprouts, topped -$13.00
First time having thai-style steamed noodles, and wow, the flavour combination in this dish was soo good! Thai flavours without it being spicy, and plenty of greens underneath. The beef wasn't too tough either, and noodles weren't mushy (just super long, which made it hard to separate into bowls).
BBQ Chicken: tender chicken fillets marinated in Thai spice & barbequed in traditional Thai style & topped with fried onion -$13
This is not your average BBQ chicken like you get in the supermarkets. One of the juiciest and moist chickens I've had, marinated perfectly, and cooked without leaving charred BBQ-after taste. The sauce was a delicious sweet chilli (not much chilli which I liked). Definitely value for money.
Generous chunks of beef which were soft/easy to pull apart and potatoes, plus plenty of spices in this dish. It wasn't too overly sweet, and the spices really did enhance the curry.
still packed at night
Delicious flavours, decent portions and prices (:
Spontaneous gelato run afterwards. Made it there before they closed at 11pm.
Pina Colada, Vanilla Manjar, Wagon Wheel 0.5L-$12.80
Non-photogenic gelato in the park. We got the specials that week. Pina Colada was refreshing. Would have liked a bit more saltiness from almonds in the vanilla/dulce de luche to contrast the sweetness. Wagon was was very sweet, but super soft as well (mainly got it because it was so fresh-that presentation when they plonk a tub of freshly churned gelato).