I've walked past this thai restaurant so many times and thought I must try it, always packed and the menu is so cheap.
Quick to be seated, packed on a Saturday night. Loud ambiance and you can smell the aromas coming out of the open kitchen.
Pad Thai amazing, Pat See Eww a must and the Chicken Pepper Corn.
I love how this establishment has kept all the heritage building and sandstone walls. Not only is the bar great for a drink, but there's ample restaurants to dine, such as the well known Prime, sushi train, spanish and the cheese/wine area.
For the area is a safe bet for ok food @ an ok price.
But venture up/down the Rd for much better places for around the same price.
The breakfast was good, eggs were cooked well, and coffee was decent.
Great early 19 hundreds ban playing, took a date to P&C and she loved it. We were lucky enough to find some seating (gets really busy on a Saturday night).
A top place to check out for pre drinks or a date.
3rd time I've been here and I haven't one negative comment about everything (ok maybe the wait times are a little much - but totally worth it).
Don't think this place will dent the wallet either, its really affordable considering its Jamie Oliver's venue, the quality of food and the service.
Top spagetti bowl, squid a must, big green olives, rabbit pasta. All are my fav's
First time coming here, and I highly recommend it.
Great menu that isn't overly priced like other venues that are close by. The setting is great for a breakfast or brunch as the sun shines down on pretty much the whole place. In/Outdoor seating, quick and service.
A good venue within close proximity to the city, the Horden itself can hold 1,000's of ppl, and with the combination of RHI its pretty massive.
Good bathrooms, massively high ceilings, and ample parking in the complex or on the Street.
This place has some alright outlets, such as Hoyts, Strike bowling and a couple of restaurants, but its so stale, this 'quarter' could be something but its not.
I only venture to this place for events @ the Horden.
Their markets are nothing compared to others in the East/City, like Paddington or Glebe.
And on a Saturday night its rather dead and crowd less.
Surry Hills, NSW Joined 14 March 2008
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