04 June 2009

Chat Thai: The Galleries Victoria, Sydney (4 June 2009)

Shop 5, Lower Ground, Food Avenue, The Galeries Victoria
500 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
http://www.chatthai.com.au



A favourite dish recommendation by Anna from Morsels & Musings inspires me to try for lunch at Chat Thai after just having lunch there the day before. This time it's for the Boat Noodle Soup which comes with crackling. It's full of flavour and I love the taste to the last spoonful. I'm not sure what's in it but each mouthful is satisfying taste sensation. Be sure to eat your crackling quickly before it gets too soggy from the soup. A colleague has the Green Papaya Salad which has lovely fresh ingredients, served with sticky rice and provides noticeable garlic and chilli on the taste buds.

Other visits to Chat Thai:
29 April 2011 - Kana Moogrob, Duck Noodle Soup
3 June 2009 - Chicken Fried Rice
4 June 2009 - Boat Noodle Soup with Pork, Som Tum: Green Papaya Salad

Other places for Boat Noodle soup:
Bangkok Wok - 12 Oct 2009
Spice I Am - 9 July 2009
Chat Thai - 4 June 2009


Boat Noodle Soup: Rice noodles in a meat broth and water mimosa with pork (or beef) $6.90


Som Tum: Green papaya salad made in the mortar and pestle style with green beans, cheery tomatoes, chilli, garlic and roast peanuts $6.90

Counter ingredients

Menu items

4 comments:

Stephcookie said...

That looks so good. I've heard so many good things about chat thai, must give it a go sometime! I didn't know they had so many locations!

Betty said...

im like steph i havent been there bfore but im booking a table for four for next wed night - had NO idea they had so many restaurants about!!

Kyle @ Photo-Ventura said...

Have you tried the 'other' Chat Thai? The one opposite the entrance to the Capitol Theatre on Campbell St Haymarket.. You have to queue for half an hour, but the wait is well worth while...! Try their Ship-to-Shore (Asian surf and turf?!) it's delish! And their lunchtime dessert of coconut milk, ice and jellied fruits is divine...

Simon Food Favourites said...

hi stephcookie, i didn't realise they had so many locations too but i think the haymarket one is the biggest one.

hi betty, hope it went well in what you ordered.

hi kyle, i've still yet to try the capitol theatre one which i've heard so many good things about. still on my hot list to try :-)

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