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Thanon Khaosan, Sydney

Why I remember this place? The first time I went, I fell in love with their Pad Thai, loved that tomato-ey flavour to it. Always wanted to go back, and I went, less tomato flavour to the Pad Thai, well not as I remembered, but lovely, great aromas, of food!

I call it the ‘tuk tuk’ place, since it’s how I remember it, with the tuk tuk in the restaurant. It is quite unique, apart from the amazing thai dishes, they sell tiny thai desserts in the front of the restaurant.

413 Pitt Street
Haymarket NSW 2000
9211 1194
www.thanonkhaosan.com.au

One of my many favourite thai restaurants.

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2 comments

  • Thai food lover on November 1, 2013 at 10:11 am said:

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    Went in on a weekday at 5:30pm. Place was empty except for 1 table. I had a groupon voucher and I was dining alone. As soon as staff member found out that I was using a voucher, she said ‘must book’ and that they are full. I said it’s only for 1 person and I can eat and go within 1/2 hour but she would not budge. That was so silly and ridiculous given it was ‘off peak’. She could have reduced 1-groupon diner but NO. Definitely no business sense and no sense of hospitality and friendliness – so unlike the friendliness that the Thais are renowned for.

    • Hi Thai food lover,
      That’s really disappointing to know. I always wanted to go back to try their PadThai again. This place used to be more busy, and knowing that they have groupon deals now, shows that they are not doing well as a business. There’s a few thai places that pop up next to them- maybe give them a try? They are probably better and took over their business.
      Thank of your input :)

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