I had dinner with my friends whom I used to study together with at a school attached to the uni.
They are from Korea and China.
It was good to catch up since we belong to different faculties
and do not have many chances to bump into each other.

We went to a Thai restaurant ‘Chat Thai’.
That is the best Thai place in Sydney.
I confirmed that fact with some friends from Thailand, so I am pretty confident in saying that. haha
It is not too expensive but the food's very delicious, so people are always queuing.
I had a bit of spicy fried rice with egg ($ 15)
and we shared a dessert ‘Mango and sticky rice’($8).
I thought it was very interesting to use rice for a dessert.
But when I come to think of it, we also use it for desserts such as Ohagi, rice balls coated with sweetened red beans, soybean flour, or sesame and salt. haha
I think this is a great place for Thai food since every restaurant is relatively good.

chat-thai-westfield-sydney-305376.jpg (from google)

Anyhow, I strongly recommend that restaurant to you if you are in or are coming to Sydney.

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