Who's hankering for midnight cravings? Me!!!!!! I know, it's very bad bad for our digestive system but it's actually a guilty pleasure for our mind. We had been planning to do this for quite sometimes now, but it never been successful until tonight. Everytime, when the clock ticking nearly pass midnite, we always started getting lazy and sleepy cos I'm just not a nite owl anymore, probably I am getting old... Sigh...
Tonight, we are bringing my sis and her hubby along with us, so its kinda push us to go... Don't wanna be a person who break promise, rite!!!!! Nice trick but it works literally... So yeah, here we are.. eating... drinking (non alcoholic though)... chatting... and most importantly adding nite calories... Well yeah!!! as a consequence.
Chat Thai in Thaitown is the only one restaurant that first pop up in mind and the most suitable for this mission. It has been claimed to be one of the most dominant Thai restaurants in Sydney by many medias that all Sydneysiders might know as well. This Thai powerhouse is home to variety of authentic street food mostly found on the street in Bangkok. We ever walked pass this Chat Thai around midnight and they surprisingly still busy and packed with people lining up for the table. Smartly, we made a reservation earlier and skipping all of those nite-food-hunting folks.
|Can you believe it?? This already pass midnight|
|Cha Nom Yen (Thai Milk Tea) $5 and Longan Drink (Nam Lum Yai) $4|
|Fish Kedgeree (Khao Tom Pla) $13|
|Pork Congee (Jok Moo) $10|
|Moo Daad Diew (Pork Jerky Issan Style) $10|
|Grilled Chicken (Gai Yaang) $10|
|Chilli Fried Rice with Crispy Pork Belly $14.90|
|Khanom Chan $3.50|
|Bua Loy Kai Warn (Rice Balls with Sweet Egg) $6|
|Par Tuhng Go Sangkaya $6.90|
Ps. Just because of this luscious Par Tuhng Go, we drove all the way for half an hour to please our demanding tummy.
20 Campbell Street
Haymarket NSW 2000
Ph: (02) 9211 1808