Tag Archives: Thai

Caysorn, Haymarket

The smoky aromas of this grilled baby octopus combines beautifully with a sweet and spicy seafood sauce. ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~

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SYDNAYSIA, The Rise of Sydney’s Asian Street Food

Sydneysiders have a soft spot for Malaysian satay and char kway teow A craze for Japanese ramen & Chinese soup dumplings A lustful craving for Indonesian ayam & nasi goreng An addiction to pad Thai & kana moo krob More … Continue reading

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Khao Pla, Chatswood

These days, Sydney’s Thai restaurants are as plentiful as the bikini-clad women on its beaches in summer. But then again, there are Thai restaurants in Sydney and there is Khao Pla. And likewise, there are Thai chefs in Sydney and there … Continue reading

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Nina’s Ploy Thai, Bondi beach

Sydney’s iconic Bondi beach is known for it’s soft white sands, beach goers, surfers and hamburgers rather than a destination for food lovers. But new cafes, restaurants and luxury apartments have sprung in this beach side suburb to perhaps herald … Continue reading

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Home Thai Restaurant, Sydney

Thai food has definitely become one of the most popular cuisines in Sydney over the last couple of decades.  I think it has something to do with the explosion of spicy, tangy and sweet flavours on the taste buds that … Continue reading

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Yok Yor Thai Food Factory, Haymarket

The proliferation of Thai food in recent years has given Sydney diners literally hundreds of Thai restaurants to choose from that I have trouble even deciding on so many recommendations alone. The choice is further complicated by fancy Thai restaurant … Continue reading

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Food Safari in Sydney

“Good food, like good wine, should be shared among diners and the days of eating a whole main by yourself in a restaurant, may soon be over.” ~ Chopinand, co-author of ChopinandMysaucepan Sydney restaurant closures – a sign of the … Continue reading

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Thai style slow-cooked lamb shoulder

I can’t quite recall the last time I was caught in the rain, but I was caught yesterday afternoon rushing about in the city. The consolation was that I was with my wife, Mysaucepan. She managed to pull a fold … Continue reading

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