Ferret Out a culinary haven at CJ's Central, an esteemed eatery located at Eddy Avenue Exit, Central Station, Chinatown, Haymarket, Australia. With a stellar 4.3 rating, CJ's Central stands as a beacon of exceptional cuisine. Treat your taste buds with a visit to https://www.facebook.com/CjsCentral/, the web platform for hassle-free ordering.
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Tiger Cave is one of the many great value eateries in the cavernous Eating World food court on Dixon Street. For about $10 you get a good meal that costs about half what a dish in a nearby restaurant would set you back. I ordered the tamarind fried chicken, which was great - not greasy - covered in cashew nuts and a delicious tamarind sauce. Furthermore the crumb mix was really tasty, flaky and much better than some of the fried chicken I've had recently at Korean fried chicken joints. It was served with boiled rice and a bowl of soup. For a student that's a full meal, although anyone who likes soup might take exception to this slightly flavoured bowl of hot water being described thus. We also had some salt & pepper calamari - which again was good and not greasy. Plenty of other great dishes on the menu to explore. Tiger Cave calls itself Thai fusion, but it serves all sorts of food including plates of chips and wedges.
Tucked at the end of thai street, Cheng kitchen provides a great variety of your usual thai options along with a good assortment of tradtional noodles/soups including your usual tom yum and boat noodle, along with those not commonly found in Sydney such as guay jub and tom lerd moo. Majority of the noodles/soups come in two sizes, allowing you to get a main along with a small portion of their noodles on the side. <br> <br> The boat noodle soup was a standout to me. It provided a great punch of flavour like those served at chon siam thai but with less of a salty after taste. It was also not as peppery as ones you get from yok yor or spice I am. Tom yum was nice as well, reminded me of a spicy version of Taiwanese tan tan noodles. <br> <br> We got the soft shell crab som tum (papaya salad), salad was a bit bland but soft shell crab was nicely good. Portion of soft shell crab was great for the price ($14).<br> <br> Due to it being further from the other thai restaurants located on thai street, you shouldn’t have a problem getting a seat on weekends, they provided BYO and service in general was great. Definitely a thai restaurant I’ll go back to! <br> <br> Pro : Good choice of noodles and soups - Highly recommend getting a few of the small sized ones for variety. Good service and easy to get seats. <br> Con : Som Tum salad was a bit bland, needed a bit more acidity and spice. <br> Must get : Boat noodle. Tom yum soup.
Great food, opposite service. It summarizes it quite together. Huge portion sizes and delicious food, but the staff are walking with Snarl's and unfortunate looks on their faces. They look honest and talk as if they are so big inconvenience for them to be there.
My favorite's lakes! My go to the place for the winter Laksa Crav is this. Thick egg noodle, beef breaks. I sometimes order fewer noodles more soup (yes, you will sometimes worry this type of requests) <br>