Chat Thai Westfield, Sydney

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Fresh coconut juice ($5.00)

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Lod Shong Singapore – coconut milk with silky pandan dumplings ($4.50)

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Kana Mhu Grob – Kale and pork ($15.00)

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Red curry duck ($20.00)

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Padt Char – “Fish Dumplings” ($18.00)

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Khao nieaw kloy – Sweet thin wafers filled with meringue and threads of candied egg yolk ($4.00)

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Khao nieaw sangkaya – Sticky rice with coconut custard ($8.00)

The Food Zoo experience: There always seems to be a huge queue at Chat Thai and this night was no exception. Except, I didn’t really understand why there was always such a long queue. I can understand Mamak where you wait 45 mins for a table but the food is cheap and delicious. Clearly not the case at Chat Thai. The meal was expensive for the food we ordered: the Padt Char – basically stir fried fish balls which was still cold in the centre even though it was the last dish to arrive – along with the dessert. The only thing I would go back for would be the dessert – finished the entire sticky rice dish by myself!

Chat Thai

Level 6, Westfield Sydney
188 Pitt St Mall
Sydney, NSW 2000

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