Never been to this place as it is quite new. Opened by native Thais but of course they speak Cantonese having been in Hong Kong for some time I reckon. Come to think of it, there is a big community of Thais and Indonesians in Yuen Long area! This place is usually packed during dinner times, worse on weekends. But my friends and I were lucky, didn’t have to wait.
Overall Rating: 4.5/5. Total bill for 5 pax came up to around HKD$600+ which is pretty affordable. All the serving staff were friendly and mostly are Thais.
It’s been some time since I last wrote as I’m back in Singapore for my charity group’s fund raising event (http://caregiversgroup.org) and also for our annual trip to Northern Thailand where I’ll be flying off tomorrow for 6 days. Been really busy but I really need to squeeze this blog post in as it’s been a month since I was invited there for food tasting.
Sawadika Thai Cart Noodles started from a hole in a wall shop located on Anton Street in Wanchai and their modus operandi just takeaway and delivery concept. I actually visited this shop sometime back mid 2013 and it’s really small but if you need to get a quick fix, you can just stand along the walls and slurp down the savoury piping hot noodles. That little shop did pretty well and that warranted the management to start another outlet located at Jaffe Road, also in Wanchai, to cater more to their customers working in the CBD. One of the partners for Sawadika is actually the owner for Sawali Club (金蘭花泰國菜), touted as top 5 best Thai Food in Hong Kong! Check out the pictures and reviews below:
Taste: Overall is good. Love the chicken rice and prawn cakes especially.
Service: Good. Could be more spontaneous though.
Ambience: A lot better than their first shop, at least in this shop you can sit and eat comfortably.
RTE: If I’m around the vicinity.
Contact Details: Shop F1, 151 Jaffe Road, Wan Chai. Tel: +852 3484 8885. Operating Hours: 0730-2200hrs. Yes they have breakfast menu too! Check out http://www.sawadika.hk for more details.