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Restaurants in Glebe - Asian

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Page 2: Asian Restaurants: Other Restaurants:
Australian/Western/Specialty

Other Food Pages:
- Chinese
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- Japanese
- Malaysian

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Chinese

Happy Ho Noodle Bar
149 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 5359

Lilac Chinese Restaurant
333b Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 5172

Sydney Sidewalk: "Thai might be trendier, but the charm of this Chinese restaurant will take you back to a simpler time."

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Red Chilli Sichuan Hot Pot Restaurant
15 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037

Review by Terry Durack, The Sydney Morning Herald, 15 February 2010:
"Sometimes there is nothing better than staying home and cooking your own dinner. Other times, there's nothing better than going out. Then there are times like this, when you get to go out and cook your own dinner. Red Chilli Hotpot is the latest outpost of the four-strong Red Chilli group, which opened in Haymarket in 2002. ... There is no mucking about. Instead of a menu you are handed a shopping list, in triplicate. Having taken advice, I go for the half-half hotpot of both spicy stock and a milder pork and chicken broth. Next, you tick your degree of spiciness (chilli content) and ''numbness'' (Sichuan pepper content). Medium seems the right way forward as I seem to recall crying genuine tears of pain into the bubbling broth of my first Sichuan hotpot in Chengdu. Next, you tick off the ingredients you want to add to your hotpot: crocodile, kangaroo, salmon head, wagyu beef, pork blood jelly, kelp, lotus root and pickled mustard, to name a few. I tick away with glee, relishing the idea of someone else doing all the trekking through Chinese butchers, peeling all the garlic and pounding the chilli. ..." Read the
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Spicy Sichuan Restaurant
1-9 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 8200

Review from Sydney Eats 2008, on Eatstreets:
"This polished place with rosewood chairs and tables, red walls and red-clad waitstaff appeared suddenly in Glebe Point Road. A first visit was marred by service — we walked — but they’ve settled down and the good news is the food can be very good indeed. We lucked into a perfect combination of sweet, hot and sour flavours and crackly, smooth and crunchy textures. A cold dish of chicken shreds in sesame paste $8.80 (AKA bang bang chicken) is both smooth and spicy. Fried dumplings Sichuan style $7.80 offers seven pork-packed pastries held in place by a lacy pastry film. And fried king prawns in their shell with chilli and ground pork sauce $28.80 is the most exxy, but worth it, of the choices. Service second time was impeccable, wine list useable. We’ll be back." 

Review by Joanna Saville, The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 December 2007:
"With its fairy-light facade winking across Broadway, this newish hotspot is as gaudily unsubtle as Sichuan cuisine. Front-of-house, studenty types race around, wearing black pantaloons, their lucky-red silk jackets pinned with teddy-bear-cutesy yellow plastic ID tags. The full-colour photo menu takes you through Sichuan fare in all its chilli-vermilion garishness. Jump in where it's hot with a chilli-laced three delicacies cold dish combo ($18.80): deep fried fish smeared with dark-cured soy beans, spicy chicken in sesame paste and lightly vinegared pickled veg. Less piquant is a lacey doily of Sichuan fried dumplings: soup-squirting parcels fried in a frilly disc ($7.80) or green beans with pork mince (pictured) ($12.80). Fire up again with whole fish on a bed of dried chillies ($28) or cumin and Sichuan-pepper-crusted beef in brick-red chilli oil ($18.80). Litres of Chinese tea are the best foil for the capsaicin sting." Read the
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Review by Andrew Chesterton, The Daily Telegraph, 20 April 2008:
"With its fairy-light facade winking across Broadway, this newish hotspot is as gaudily unsubtle as Sichuan cuisine. Front-of-house, studenty types race around, wearing black pantaloons, their lucky-red silk jackets pinned with teddy-bear-cutesy yellow plastic ID tags. The full-colour photo menu takes you through Sichuan fare in all its chilli-vermilion garishness. Jump in where it's hot with a chilli-laced three delicacies cold dish combo ($18.80): deep fried fish smeared with dark-cured soy beans, spicy chicken in sesame paste and lightly vinegared pickled veg. Less piquant is a lacey doily of Sichuan fried dumplings: soup-squirting parcels fried in a frilly disc ($7.80) or green beans with pork mince (pictured) ($12.80). Fire up again with whole fish on a bed of dried chillies ($28) or cumin and Sichuan-pepper-crusted beef in brick-red chilli oil ($18.80). Litres of Chinese tea are the best foil for the capsaicin sting." Read the
full review.

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Indian

Darbar
134a Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 5666

Review from Sydney Eats 2008, on Eatstreets:
"The throng of exotic sari-clad women on the pavement outside this establishment set in a gorgeous old sandstone building (long-time home of Darling Mills) affirms that the community does a lot of celebrating here. So when we sit down to a Mysore masala dosa — a brown rice pancake with potato masala and coconut chutney $11.90 — we can feel reasonably assured it is close to the real deal. Another reminder of Darbar’s southern origins is the entrees described in a neat reversal as “non-vegetarian”. But there is no discrimination here, as shown in a dish such as hare pudhini ka gosht, chilli lamb $16.90, which is hot! As is the prawn vindaloo $19.90. Recover with the mouth-calming sweetness of gulab jamun $7.90." 

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Nawaz Flavour Of India Glebe
142 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9692 0662

Review from Sydney Eats 2008, on Eatstreets:
"
A Glebe stalwart these past 16 years, its name has the Nawaz tacked on due to a legal dispute over the rights to the name, Flavour of India, an addition ignored by regulars for whom it will ever be The Flavour. Good, dependable Indian is what keeps it jumping with its mix of classic and unusual dishes. Hyderabadi potato $9.90 is a bit like subcontinental scallops — sliced, dipped in chickpea batter and deepfried, served with ginger and mango chutney. Tandoori mushroom stuffed with lentils and spices $10.90 makes another good starter. Slow-cooked kadai chicken $22 with tomato, capsicum and spices is a popular main, while a rich vego option is the baingan masala $15.90, baby eggplant in a spicy cashew sauce. Banquets, $30 and $34 per person, are good value." 

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The Tanjore Indian Restaurant
34 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 6332
Lunch: Tuesday to Sunday: Dinner: Nightly; BYO (corkage applies)

Review from Sydney Eats, 2005:
"For 16 years Tanjore has been serving up good, reliable Indian at prices we like. The dining room is pleasantly appointed and the warmth of a smallish space is perfect for a comforting curry. All the regular dishes make an appearance and the mixed entree of grilled meats $14.90 is the favourite. Individual entrees start at $5.50. For something different in the mains, we suggest the prawns with eggplant, a semi-dry medium to hot curry $16. The fish Madras $15.90 is another good, hot tastebud teaser. Covering both north and south Indian cuisine, Tanjore offers many options for vegetarians and if you give the kitchen notice, they will be happy to accommodate any special request." 

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Taste From India
163 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 9885

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Japanese

Maroo Japanese Restaurant
29 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 8084 8371

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Sushi Bar Glebe
315 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9571 8009

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Teriyaki Japanese Fusion
144A Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9566 1625

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Toku Toku Izakaya Restaurant
36 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 9636

Review by Myffy Rigby, from Time Out Sydney, 27 May 2011:
".Deep-fried Mars Bars aren't just a hangover from the 1990s. Oh no. They're a tempura reality of new Glebe izakaya Toku Toku. ... If you head down to Toku Toku on a Sunday afternoon be prepared for the inescapable house beats pumping from every speaker, outside and in. It can be a little traumatic if you've had a big one the night before. However, you will be rewarded with Asahi on tap, plenty of choice on the sake front and prawn nasu denkaku ($14). Here, the dish translates to mini rounds of eggplant covered in sweet soy, each little piece topped with a grilled butterflied prawn. Chicken karage ($15) is served with a kimchi mayo (the owners of Toku Toku are Korean) and has that weird kind of smooth batter skin, rather than the crunchy bits of crumbiness you might be used to. The hilariously named ‘hand made premium sausage' ($12) is slices of thin, glistening, sweet pork sausage – it'd be great on a Japanese-style hotdog. Pork belly ssam ($18), that staple of Korean barbecue joints everywhere, is thinly sliced-then-grilled belly which you then wrap in lettuce leaves and dip in ssam jang - a thick, spicy sauce of fermented chilli and soybean paste. And, of course, there's the tempura Mars Bar ($7), served in three little bites. The outside is battered and the inside is all malty and melty. It's like eating a hot chip with a chocolate chaser, and pretty damned tasty."  Read the full review.

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Malaysian

Mamuk Village
25
Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: 0414 675 880

Review by Myffy Rigby, from Time Out Sydney, 2011:
"... Chicken satay skewers are accompanied with a loose, rough satay sauce and little nubbins of sticky rice while chicken lobak sees a mix of chicken and sengkuang (a root vegetable that's a bit like a turnip) wrapped in fried bean curd skin. The char kwaoy teow isn't quite on par with, say, the version at Makan at Alice's in Thornleigh, but it's still worth ordering, if just for the fact you're eating a slippery mix of fried rice noodles, chicken, fish cakes, tofu and prawns covered in sweet soy sauce. Mamak Village do, however, serve a really good nasi lemak with a big piece of chicken thigh covered in chicken curry sauce, thin spears of pickled carrot, boiled eggs, dried anchovies and cucumber covered in a glossy sambal, not to mention the big sphere of coconut rice. Yum. Wash it all down with a lime cordial, teh tarik (black tea and condensed milk) or even a cup of Milo. Scratch Mamak Village up as a win for lower Glebe Point Road."  Read the full review.


Nepalese

Himalayan Char Grill Restaurant
41 Glebe Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9552 1220

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Thai

@Home Thai Cuisine (At Home Thai)
27 Glebe Point Road, Glebe ............. Ph: (02) 9571 8781

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Banklane Thai Restaurant
175 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9552 2889

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Doytao Thai
35 Ross St, Forest Lodge NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9552 1930

Pad Thai / Taree Thai Takeaway
151B Bridge Road, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9571 9173

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Thai Intra
207 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 4466

Review from CitySearch:
"There are no fewer than six Thai Intras around Sydney, and they are all reliable, consistent restaurants. This one is just what you'd want from a neighbourhood eatery, and as it's licensed, it's fine for a night out as well. The minced prawn and chicken cooked in coconut cream, chilli paste and peanuts is a terrific starter, and so is the tom ka gai - a velvety coconut milk and chicken soup. For mains they do a mean massaman curry, a special laksa (weekends only), and a finger-licking deep-fried whole chilli fish. There is a decent selection for vegetarians, including a tom yum soup minus the seafood."

Sydney Sidewalk: "Award-winning food and service, with regional flavours you won't find elsewhere."

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Thai I San
199 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9693 5046

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That's It Thai Food
381a Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: 9660 5949

Sydney Sidewalk: "The only (hence the best) Thai tucker on offer up the far end of Glebe Point Road."

Thai On Wok
193 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9660 9011
Lunch and Dinner: Daily; BYO (no corkage)

Review from Sydney Eats:
"The wok flames and accompanying smoke are palpable at this popular, bustling Thai cafe. Start with king prawn wrapped in pork and deepfried $1.80 each, then move on to their pungent tom yum goong, swimming with lemongrass, galangal and tender prawns $7. The selection of curries $8 is standard, but it's the stirfries that stand out. Sample mild chilli jam with beef, pork or chicken and vegetables $9, or mixed seafood with kra prao (a Thai herb) for $13. Pad thai with beef, chicken or pork $7.50 is satisfying. Add unlimited rice $1.50 and you have a cheap, speedy eat."

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Thai Space
30 Glebe Point Rd Glebe NSW 2037 ............. Ph: (02) 9518 8132

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Taree Thai Take AwaySydney Eats 2008, on Eatstreets:
"It’s rare to find a Sydney eatery where the prices stand still, but this slick Glebe establishment has managed to keep its menu at the same level as 12 months ago. There’s a lot to like here: the portions are generous, the spices robust and the ingredients good quality. With its modern Vietnamese art, crisp white tablecloths, dark-wood bistro furniture, crimson and white walls and red silk lanterns, it’s a terrific spot to spend an evening. You could start by sharing the pancake for two $17.50, large yet light, crisp on the outside and filled to bursting with goodies. In the mains, softshell crab with salt-and-pepper butter sauce $21.50 is virtually mandatory, and also excellent is the pork chops marinated in lemongrass and garlic, grilled and served with Vietnamese salad and topped with fish sauce $16.50. Panfried salmon $19 is a very big seller." 

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Index to Food Pages on GlebeNet:

Restaurants - Page 1:
Australian/Western/Specialty
Restaurants - Page 2:
Asian Restaurants

Other Food Pages:
- Australian
- Italian
- Spanish
- Greek
- Polish
- Mexican
- Turkish
- Lebanese
- Seafood
- Vegan / Vegetarian
- Chinese
- Indian
- Japanese
- Nepalese
- Thai
- Vietnamese
- Cafes
- Pubs and Bars
- Takeaways
- Shopping for Food


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