We honestly did not know what to eat because we were unfamiliar with the area, but we noticed a dainty Thai restaurant in a corner street. Sick of the usual Chinese and Vietnamese food, we decided to try something new. The last Thai restaurant, I ever remember visiting was at Sawasadee in the city.
Pad ba mee (hokkien noodles) with calamari @ $10.90
The small restaurant is run by 2 migrants from Thailand. We were immediately served ice cold water and service was polite and fast.
We ordered 4 dishes first, but decided to get an extra plate because the food was delicious. The dishes had what the Chinese call "wok hei" which gave memories of street stall food eaten in Asia.
Aside from fried rice and stir fried noodles, there is a selection of entrees, Thai BBQ, Thai soups, salads and curries. If I had seen pineapple fried rice on the menu, I would've ordered that instead of the pad see-iw.
Pad see-iw (thick flat rice noodles) with beef @ $9.90
Overall, it was a very enjoyable meal as meals came out fast and was seasoned well. I particularly liked the fried rice with the added lime juice. It was an enjoyable experience, and if I have the chance, I will dine there again. ***
Thai @ Mosman
713-715 Military Road, Mosman 2088
(around the corner of Gouldsbury Street)
Open 7 days
12 noon - 10 PM