I like having friends who live far away. It gives me a reason to step out of my dining out comfort zone once in a while. Ana celebrated her birthday this year with lunch in Season Thai in Gordon. If it wasn’t for this perfectly valid excuse, I wouldn’t have bothered going past King St for Thai food. I’m glad I did.
The restaurant has lunch specials (around $10 – $12) but most of us ordered from the main menu. Prices are not cheap, but go with the fancier-than-takeaway décor, quality food, and generous servings.
My dish, ginger wild barramundi didn’t look particularly big compared to others, but it wasn’t small. The barramundi fillets were steamed with fresh ginger, shallots, chilli and black fungus and topped with ginger sauce. The dish was light and fragant, exactly what I needed before my training session.
Ginger wild barramundi ($26.00)
The other dishes that were ordered and enjoyed looked fantastic and were, in most cases, quite big, as you can see from the photos below.
Spring rolls ($7.90 for 4 pieces)
BBQ beef ($18.90)
Season Thai soft shell crab Pad Thai ($26.50)
Panang curry ($9.90, lunch special)
Massamun curry ($18.90)
BBQ lamb (4 cutlets) ($25.00)
Massamun lamb shanks (2 shanks) ($24.50)
Thai style slowed cooked pork belly ($20.90)
Stir fry with prawns and oyster sauce ($13.50)