Green Peppercorn, Fairfield

Let me introduce you to Green Peppercorn, the new addition to Fairfield's extensive Thai/Laos restaurants. Its interior decor is gorgeous with the french influence of bird cages and portrait frames adorning the ceiling and walls, with its leather couches and black wooden chairs and golden statues. Also, what particularly caught my eye was the Tuk Tuk they had on display, where you can take photos in.

 It is somewhat conjoined with a TAB so you must be over 18 to dine there. 

There menu is quite extensive; with striking similarities to the Holy Basil of Canley Heights. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. 

 Soft Shell Crab - Lightly battered deep fried soft shell crab seasoned with salt and pepper served with mum's special sauce and sweet chili sauce. $16.90

 Charcoal BBQ ox tongue - marinated ox tongue, grilled over a charcoal BBQ. Served with mum's special sauce. - $10.90

 Thai style papaya salad - Combining the fresh ingredients mixed in a mortar. Shredded green papaya, cherry tomatoes, sour lime, chilli, fish sauce. Giving you a sweet, sour and a spicy hit. $11.90

 Laos Sausages - Home made pork sausages, lightly seasoned and grilled over a charcoal bbq giving it a crispy skin and tender centre. Served with mum’s special sauce. $10.90 

 Pad See Ew - Beef Sweet soy sauce flavoured stir fried flat rice noodles with vegetables and egg - $12.90 

 Marinated BBQ beef cuts - Succulent slices of charcoal bbq marinated beef cuts. Served with mum’s sauce and a lightly dressed salad. $14.90 

 Thai Fried rice - Thai fried rice with basil, chilli, egg and oriental vegetables - $10.90 

 Tiger Beef Salad, Laos style - Thinly sliced charcoal bbq beef mixed with herbs and spices, toasted ground rice powder, red onions, chilli, mint leaves, kaffir lime leaves, coriander, shallots and lemon grass. $12.90 

 Pad Thai chicken - Stir fried thin rice noodles with: garlic, chives, red onions, egg and garnished with bean sprouts and crushed peanuts. - $12.90

 Pandan Creme brulee - $14.00 

 Icecream smashed pavlova - $14.90 and Crunchy nuts - $14.90

Overall, the stand out savoury dish for me was the soft shell crab. They deep fried the crab really well, so it wasn't soggy, but had just the right amount of crunch. I also found the beef dishes too chewy for my liking. On the other hand, the pandan creme brulee stole my heart for the desserts - I love cracking that crunchy layer! I don't think I'll ever get sick of it. The other two were okay. We encountered a small incident with the food which the manager took care of quite swiftly.

The food was great, and the ambiance of the restaurant was amazing and the staff were really friendly. Definitely will go there again. They open till 2am on Fridays and Saturdays, so if you're feeling hungry...... go grab that pandan creme brulee!!

Green Peppercorn
1 Hamilton Rd
Fairfield, NSW 2165

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  1. Great review. Word will spread soon! I agree their food is not as good as Holy Basil but I did enjoy their desserts

  2. ive heard so many good reviews of the pandan creme brulee!




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