Samorsorn Thai, Sydney CBD, Sydney

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A spin off of the extremely popular Chat Thai restaurant chain is Samorsorn, a food court type offering (but with its own seating area) located in the food court underneath the Myers on Pitt street mall. It's set up to have a kind of a Thai street stall food with wooden stalls and stools and a semi-open kitchen area.

Service is fast but you also need to be quick if you want to grab a table during the peak lunch period of 12- 2pm weekdays. Order at the counter, grab your number and your dishes will be delivered to your table.

 Pad thai with chicken - $12.50 - fresh bean sprouts sat on top of a pile of soft noodles. Chopped peanuts and chili was on the side so you could mix it in to your liking. Tossed through the noodles were slices of chicken breast. A very nice noodle dish.



Guay tiew lord - $12.50 - this was the special of the day. A strange mixture of thick rolls of rice noodles, pork, mushrooms, chili, mushrooms, tofu and pork sausage in a salty broth.





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