The service was good, food nice, not quite King street Newtown standard in Sydney but good for a regional restaurant.
We had dinner here last Saturday night and I only give it 3 stars. The place looks very inviting, the decor is very nice. We had satay for entree and it was so bland, both the chicken and the sauce. No flavour at all. Then we had to wait quite a long time for our mains! The mains were very... More
we were late walk ins to friendly and prompt service followed by a delicious meal within a good time frame, lovely atmosphere.
Always a good fresh meal my fave is the stir frys fresh veges if slightly pricey the wait can be a while so phone ordering is recommended.
the service is a bit hit and miss and the food is OK. Have had better at cheaper places in Sydney. the Larb Gai is very plain and missed the balance required to be memorable,
My husband had a fried rice it was so dry and salty.. I got a tomyum soup it was so bad so salty as well no flavor at all i couldn't eat my meal.. Thought that salt was on sell..!!! Anyway was very dissapointed!!
Thank you for your feedback. Please be advised that we are extremely disappointed that your Crying Tiger dining experience did not meet or exceed your expectations. We pride ourselves on our delivery of amazing Thai food and wish to reassure you that your comments have been passed onto our team to ensure we improve our service provision in the future.... More
The food was delicious and there were large serving sizes. The service was great and all the waitresses were very friendly. The restaurant had a great atmosphere and the decor was nice. The bathrooms were average but come on... no one goes to a restaurant for the bathrooms.
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