I find Wolli Creek is becoming more and more trendy. In the years I lived there, it was dearth of restaurants, shops, amenities - basically anything that made it even a slight resemblance to a proper suburb apart from the train station.
Then the Woolies opened up and many apartments started popping up everywhere and retail space was aplenty. Now Wolli Creek is becoming more of a community with people out and about enjoying the increasing number of restaurants and cafes and open space in the area. Although parking and traffic I think will soon become a problem with the number of high density apartments still coming on-line, for now its an easy stop on the train line to get out and get fed.
On this weeknight, we stopped by on the way home to have a quick meal. Our usual dumpling place was full, so we went for the Thai place opposite. Service was fast and cheerful and our dishes came out in no time at all.
Pad See Ew - $12.90 - Flat rice noodles with chunks of beef and a medley of vegies. This dish actually had quite a bit of 'heat of the wok' and was quite tasty despite it the sauce being somewhat lacking.
Pad thai $12.90 - The dish you order when you can't be bothered looking at the menu. More flavoursome than the first dish with slices of tender chickens and the familiar chewy texture of the pad thai noodles drenched in mixture of taramind and fish sauce. After a while the fish sauce was a tad overwhelming however.
Good for a quick feed but don't expect too much.
5 Star Thaitanic, Wolli Creek, Sydney Reviewed by kogepanman on 8:52 PM Rating: