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Long Chim Sydney

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Long Chim
What he lacks in Thai heritage, Australian chef David Thompson has made up for in decades of Thai travels, research, and reverence. At Long Chim, a shadowy bunker decorated in disco balls and animal-themed paintings by Bangkok-based artist Sath, the menu is split between familiar noodle, curry, and meat dishes and such experiments as sour orange ling fish curry. What sets the food apart is the ingredients—pad thai noodles are imported raw from the town of Chanthaburi; the fish sauce Thompson makes himself. And, of course, there’s the spice, at least a Scoville level above the Thai food most westerners are used to. Luckily, there are delicious cocktails, based on the Thai food philosophy of mixing sour, salty, sweet, and (more) spice.
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Corner of Pitt St and Angel Place, Lower level with entrance in Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
+61 2 9223 7999
Mon - Wed 11:30am - 10pm
Thur, Fri 11:30am - 11pm
Sat 5pm - 11pm