This was a rather atas-looking Thai restaurant, with ATMs located within the restaurant 😮 But we wanted to grab dinner fast, before walking over to Docklands for a good spot to watch fireworks display, so we decided to just head into it.
- Son-in-Law Tofu (A$8.90): Erm.. This was 1 tube of silken egg tofu divided into 4 parts and deep fried. It was alright with the tamarind sauce and black rice vinegar onion jam.
- Pad Ka Na Moo Krob (A$22.90): This was done rather well with crunchy kailan stems and crispy pork belly.
- Pad Thai (A$15.90): This was stir-fried quite nicely with a bit of “wok hei”. We did not want to top up for chicken or prawns, so it was mostly a lot of bean sprouts and peanuts.
- Gaeng Khiao Wan Kai (A$25.90): This green curry was the star of the night. We enjoyed the curry very much! While there were not that many pieces of chicken, there were quite a fair bit of young bamboo, snake beans, and baby corn.
Overall, it was not too bad, just a tad pricey, but hey, the ATM is just at the corner if you need one.
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