The name might be impossible to remember a few seconds after you’ve heard it, but the exuberant Thai menu makes a lasting impression. Try the huge betel nut leaf wrapped around pomelo jewels, prawns and shredded coconut. The charred wagyu salad is particularly delicious, as is the luscious, creamy green curry studded with tender snapper and apple eggplants. The Aussie influence of owner Chris Millar is especially evident in the pavlova with brown sugar cream and sweet mango.
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One of the best Pat-Thai
Not a very cozy corner I would say, but I definitely love their food. And I like the fact that we could cross order. We ordered the brunch set from Cafe Epicurious (located next door) as well as the $10 set meal from Sweet Salty Spicy, which comprised of Pat-Thai (you could choose from a variety of main dishes), Tom Yum Soup. I also tried the Rice Wrap with ingredients like dried bean curd, bean sprouts, , which I found to be so-so.
But the noodles were heavenly! I love the stir-fried stick noodles for its richness in taste (must try!) and the nicely seasoned chicken chunks. Very generous serving of its ingredients. For a non- big eater like me, I actually finished the huge plate of noodles. Two thumbs up! The Tom Yum Soup was quite a killer, but really appetizing.
The overall dining experience was good, but I do not really like the fact that the staff were walking around the tables. Maybe they are just trying to be helpful, but it didn't quite work for me.