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Satang Thai Exclusive Restaurant

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by itsjay (subscribe)
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Published March 25th 2012
Located across from Central Station, a 5 minute walk from UTS and approximately a 15 minute walk from USYD, this little Thai restaurant is one of the most conveniently place for the hungry uni student on the go. Their menu consists of a range of authentic Thai cuisines with salads, stir-fry noodles and rice served with your choice of vegetables and tofu, chicken, beef or pork.

Iced Red Tea with Lemon


Ice cold, sweet, refreshing with a hint of lemon - great for cooling off in Sydney's well-known sweltering afternoons!

Vegetable and Tofu Pad See Ew


To be honest, this dish wasn't as I had expected. Ordering a vegetarian dish, I had expected to see a variety of colourful vegetables stir-fired with my noodles. However, the hefty serving sizes made up for this.

Chicken Drunken Noodles


Thick rice noodles stir-fried with bean sprouts, Asian greens and basil. Once again, this dish was very appetizing and the generous serving was definitely very filling.

Overall, the prices were quite reasonable considering the servings portions and the meals were rather satisfying. The staff were also extremely friendly and polite. However, in comparison to the cheap and tasty Thai restaurants at Newtown, this hasn't quite made it to the top of my list.

Phone: (02) 9212 5885
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Why? Convenient and cheap!
Where: 203-204/107-121 Quay Street
Cost: About $10
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