Ginger Leaf thai restaurant is a restaurant in Docklands, Melbourne. I was impressed with their logo embroided on their menu.
The restaurant had a warm and exotic ambience to it. The staff were friendly. Asian.
The Ginger Entree platter had a all the entrees in one plate. Prawn crackers, chicken satay skewer, fishcake, spring roll, curry puff, prawn twist, and 2 pumpkin fritters. All quite tasty, but like a bunch of emo’s loitering outside Flinders Station, nothing in particular stood out.
Kyle got your typical white man/woman dish, thai green curry. It had a rich aromatic flavour and spice. After he was finished with his meal, he decided to play with the candle on our table… nek minnit… burnt his thumb.
I got the panang curry, beef. This was also very aromatic and had great flavour. The texture of the curry was a bit pasty and oily at parts. It didn’t have that smooth texture I was looking for. The beef was a bit too chewy too. We both got coconut rice with our meals. This coconut rice was delicious! Very fragrant, soft and flavoursome.
2/763 Bourke St
Docklands, VIC 3008