Thai Culinary by Katherine
It is very close to RMIT.
It is a tiny shop and even so it wasn’t busy. There were a few Asians there but most were Caucasian. Note: since this is a tiny shop there is no bathrooms here. Instead they are in the market or on A Beckett st somewhere.
The service was good nor bad. It was fast though. But the place did smell a bit like vinegar.
I went with an Australian friend of mine.
I didn’t order any drinks this time, but my Australian friend did. He ordered a Thai iced coffee ($3.50) which was massive. He seemed to really enjoy this and I gotta say it looked good.
I had the Pad thai ( vegetarian- $9). Whilst the noodles were perfect, I thought that there was way too much sauce in it that I couldn’t really taste the veggies in there. I also thought that the sauce was way too sweet.
My Australian friend had the Thai Green curry ($9.50) and he thought it was perfect. I had a sample of the curry and the rice was perfectly cooked but the sauce was watered down. I loved the veggies and the chicken and this fared a little bit better than the Pad Thai.
Hmm. Not sure if I’ll return seeing as Ghin Khao is also close by and fared a bit better.