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Joined 10 July 2011 Northern Beaches, NSW
My husband and I have travelled to Thailand many times, have had many Thai meals so good we'll always remember. At Tanoon Mai, I can assure you will return for more after your first meal there.
Their crab fried rice was the dish that was fought over! And so were the dumplings and salt n pepper squid.
The ginseng chicken was awesome although it was a little too salty, still it was no show stopper; it was all polished up in no time.
The pork belly noodles are much like the street carts in Bangkok. Only this serving is size of a whopper!
The jungle curry was REALLY good. Clean curry that's full of flavor. A dish we can't miss when we dine there.
Will I recommend? Definitely yes!
Ok, not much to rave about.
The curry was sickly sweet smothered by too much coconut cream. The rice serving was meager.
The rice rolls were what you'd buy in a box from an grocer to steam at home, but they served them with a sauce that's heavily sweet and salty, sprinkled with sesame seeds. Flavor was right but seasoning was too much.
The satay skewers were nothing to talk about, really. Just another adapted recipe, far from authentic.
Will I go again? Unlikely. It wasn't a cheap lunch.
Yes, the bread is baked fresh daily; you see them in their oven. The filling ingredients are all there on display; are all real and fresh. So your sandwiches are assembled upon your order, it's all fresh. I get it but somehow the taste of their sandwiches is often simply mediocre. That's purely my opinion, my taste buds.
Not a sandwich I'd buy frequently.
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