Located opposite Fairfield station (and a short walk from my friend’s house), we headed here after hearing so many rave reviews from her and other people.
There was a bit of a misunderstanding when we arrived as one of the waitress told us to find a seat. Yet, another waitress told us to sit at the entrance and they will seat us soon. A bit of shuffle here and there was not a nice way to make your patrons feel comfortable.
Anyways, I have to mention that when I went to the bathroom and there was a strong waff of smell that hits you as soon as you open the door. It reminds me of stuffy posh ladies with their strong perfumes and my nose seriously ached post-bathroom.
Back to food review:
The dishes arrived quite timely after we ordered (and there were quite a lot of choices). As I was the only one out of the three who has not been here, I followed their recommendations. We ordered quite a number of dishes between us three, including fried ice-cream (not pictured).
Each of the dishes had merit and I thoroughly enjoyed each mouthful. I loved the charcoal flavour from the ox tongue (I daresay better than Lao Village), the beef and its fragrant chilli flavour from the salad, the sauce from the pad see ew and the refreshing spice from the pad thai. I was surprised to find mussels (still in their shell) in the pad thai as I don’t think other places ever served me that..Or this must’ve been the first time I’ve ordered seafood pad thai..(I’m getting old lol)