We had a farewell dinner for a long time friend (who was moving back to Indonesia) at Green Peppercorn some months ago.Green Peppercorn is located upstairs of Civic Hotel in the corner, and just one of the many Thai/Lao restaurants along that strip.
It was a Sunday night and thought there might be a chance that the place would be busy (judging by the number of times I’ve seen food photos appear on my instagram.. mostly of the pandan creme brulee) so I made a booking just incase. We arrived and we were pretty much the first ones there at 6:30PM. I liked the modern fixtures in this space, it was fairly opened out so would be perfect for big groups.
Our food came out pretty quickly and soon enough we had a colourful palate of food in front of us. The natural light at that hour was pretty amazing, hence I had to snap away!
Red Duck Curry, Lao Sausages, Tom Yum Soup, Crispy egg noodles are some of the dishes we ordered.
Pineapple fried rice
Crunchy Rice Salad
Crispy Pork Belly
Tom Yum Soup
Lao Charcoal BBQ Chicken
Banana Fritters served with Pandan Sauce
Pandan Creme Brulee
My personal favourites from these dishes were the crunchy rice salad and the Lao bbq chicken which was fairly flavoursome. The infamous pandan creme brulee didn’t disappoint either. We wanted to try their other pandan desserts such as pandan waffles but they were unavailable that day. Definitely want to go back and try more of their dishes, they also had a black sesame creme brulee which sounds pretty good too!
We’ll be back, for dessert.
I honestly love Green Peppercorn so much especially their Lao sausages.
Great photos! The pandan creme brulee looks really yummy!!
Ken L says
Photos are amazing. Food and venue looks great. On my list to try.
The Sydney Noob says
Looks like a cool place. That pork belly looks really good 🙂
Love this restaurant, food great, ambience is great, great value, will be coming in this Friday for lunch.