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Opening Hours

  • Monday 07:00 - 14:00
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 14:00
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 14:00
  • Thursday 07:00 - 14:00
  • Friday 07:00 - 14:00
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed


  • Address: Hobart, 252 Macquarie St, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia
  • Phone: +6162256765


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after hearing great tell on a new chinese in south hobart, I chanced on this, mistaking it as the one. I guess one would have to call it Thai fusion, as indeed the proprietors and chef are mainland chinese. I liked the ambience of the place, it would be a great venue for a wedding reception. I imagine all the hard stone surfaces would reflect a bit of noise once you had a few punters in however. To be honest, I can't really give an appraisal of the food as I only had a nasi goreng $21 (never did find the king prawn in there though) and a interesting take on fried tofu (battered) with a cold peanut sauce and drizzled in ketchup manis. Throw in a beer for good measure and we have topped out at $39. If I ever were to return, the set banquet menu for four looks like okay value. I guess it's not a budget eat by any stretch, and whilst I do begrudge paying over twenty notes for some fried rice, that's okay if it's using high quality ingredients. I checked with the staff on the oil used to deep fry the battered tofu, and it turns out to be...wait for it...vegetable oil! Well, no surprise perhaps. Basically could be anything. My guess is cottonseed blend, that's always cheap. My advice is avoid any deep fried food anywhere though. The nasi goreng was good by the way. I sincerly wish the owners well in there business endeavours, it's an amazing venue and no doubt has a lot of potential. It is in a low traffic location and is priced on the higher side, so some work building patronage may pay off in the long term. My guess is takeaway would be the mainstay of this operation. If only a venue like this could assure the use of top ingredients like tasmanian seafood and local produce it would be a winning formula and certainly stand out from the crowd but of course, I'm dreaming. As it is, another formula Thai, I just rate it as average and will continue looking elsewhere. However, I would always prioritise good food over atmosphere, YMMV.

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Good ambience, excellent service - attentive but non-intrusive. We had the satay chicken and the tom yam soup for entrees; the chicken pieces generously sized and the satay sauce was nice but would prefer to have the nutty pieces more finely chopped. For mains, we had the tofu and vegetables in lemongrass sauce - a simply wonderful dish and the flavour was lemony sour and spicy; and a whole fish deep fried in sambal and coconut milk sauce - fish was generously sized and very fresh and well fried but not crazy about the coconut milk sauce, quite bland which let the fish down. We will definitely return but will ask for the fish to be done in a sweet chilli and sour sauce (which the staff assures us could be done). All in all, we enjoyed our meal.