Situated opposite the train station, this venue has very cramped seating arrangements and adds a 5% surcharge if paying by credit card.
The menu options are standard Thai fare with above average presentation, for eg spring rolls in a glass stuffed with salad. with the sauce in a shot glass on a rectangular plate.
The banquet ( A$32pp), offers 4 starters( spring rolls, coconut crusted deep fried prawns, fired dim sums and money bags. The mains were yellow chicken curry, salt and pepper squid, yellow prawn curry, stir fry vegetables and deep fried snapper. The snapper was fried in the shape of a basket and stuffed with vegetables and sauce. The started prawns and main course squid were both dry and chewy. The rest of the food was passable. The banquet also includes a free soft drink.
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