March 18, 2011

Chat Thai, Haymarket

It's totally understood that I'm probably behind every single food blogger in writing something about Chat Thai. Hahah. Chat Thai has a buzzing sort of atmosphere, bordering on a lively drone. It’s not squished or overly noisy with staff who sound and look like they couldn’t care less… Like Mamak… The 2nd level is built quiet loft-like but is a bit dark though...

Mu Bhing $2.50 each
Skewered and char grilled lean pork marinated in galangal, lemongrass and garlic
Emerald Duck $15
Sliced five spiced barbequed duck tossed with seasonal greens
Massaman Curry $14
Chunky strips of beef, pineapple, peanuts and potatoes slowly braised in a rich mild coconut curry made from a paste of cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon, palm sugar and tamarind

Green Mango Salad with Crisp Fried Fillet of Barramundi $18
Shredded green mango and roasted cashews tossed with a spicy dressing of fish sauce, lime, mint, coriander, red onions and palm sugar
Pad Thai $12
A sweet and salty stir fry of thin rice noodles with chicken, dried shrimps, salted radish, ground peanuts, eggs, garlic chives and bean sprouts
Pad Siew $12
Stir fry of thick rice noodles, chicken, Chinese broccoli and eggs in a dark soy sauce
Lodt Shong Singapore $3.50
Coconut milk with silky pandan dumplings
Cha Nohm $.350
Traditional sweet red iced tea with caramelized milk
Coconut Ice Cream $5
Frech coconut ice cream with sweet steamed glutinous rice topped with palm candy and peanuts
(L-R) Khanom Chan $2, Voon Kathi $2
(L-R) Steamed multilayered firm pudding made from pandan and coconut milk, Young coconut jelly

Chat Thai Haymarket
20 Campbell Street
Haymarket, NSW
Chat Thai
Chat Thai Haymarket on Urbanspoon

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