Harbour Spirit Thai
32 Lime St
Having a lovely evening in Sydney we felt like Thai for dinner and headed to Harbour Spirit Thai which is in the King Street Wharf area, which was where we were.
For drinks, we both wanted a red, so we each had a Merlot - often our “go-to” wine as it meets Mlady’s light to medium preference and Sir’s medium to full choice. We had two entrees. One was curry puffs. These were mixed vegetables cooked with fragrant curry powder encased in puff pastry and served with sweet chilli sauce. Isn’t sweet chilli sauce such a great accompaniment with curry puffs?
Our other entree was the satay chicken sticks. The chicken was so tender on these and there was plenty of it. There was a good coverage of their tasty satay sauce too. Satay chicken sticks (or skewers) are a fave of ours, so it was no surprises we ordered this dish.
One of our mains was a red curry beef. The menu describes this as - The popular Thai curry cooked with bamboo shoots, vegetables in red chilli paste and coconut cream. The dish had a good bite to it and had plenty of sauce.
We also had a serving of rice which was great to soak the sauce up with. If you’re ordering a curry it’s an essential dish, but we often go rice-free if we have noodle dishes or dishes without sauces.
The other main was a prawn Pad Thai. It was Thai styled fried noodle with tamarind sauce, bean sprouts, gailan and peanuts. It was a deconstructed Pad Thai where you mixed all the ingredients together and this was another decent sized serving.
We shared a dessert, Black Sticky Rice with Mango. This is Black sticky rice in Taro and sweet starch and coconut cream on top. This was a nice refreshing way to end our meal.
Harbour Spirit Thai filled us up. The food came in substantial servings and they had all the main Thai dishes on the menu that you’d expect and want.