Saturday, 24 March 2012

Holy Basil, Canley Heights

In Sydney, authentic Lao food is hard to come by, so when I discovered Holy Basil two years ago I was pretty sure I'd be hooked to it and since then it has been my family's favourite restaurant in South West of Sydney.

It's always a pleasure to dine here and no matter what you order is exceptional, everything just looked so delicious and mouthwatering. I found the food and ambience above many other restaurants around the area.  It is also perhaps the most popular of all restaurants in Canley Heights so I suggest to get in early or prepare to wait for a table and stand in long queue but that's what you should expect when the food is so delicious! The food is fantastic, authentic and reasonably priced. I've already lost count of the number of times I've been here.

Tiger's Tears Salad

Larb Ped (Spicy Duck Minced Salad)

Papaya Salad Lao-Style

Luoi Bo (Grilled Ox Tongue)

Doi Heo Lao (Lao Sausages)

Deep Fried Quails

Deep Fried Soft Shell Crab

Sticky Rice Containers

Holy Basil Fried Rice

Chicken Stir-fry with Peanut Sauce

Massaman Curry

Red Duck Curry is a definite must try!

Gang Panang (Panang Curry)

Chicken with Cashew Nut Stir-fry

Chef Tony Inthavong getting busy

 Fried Ice Cream

 Ooozing with yummines! Hands down.

Sticky Rice with Coconut and Mango

 It's well worth your money.

Holy Basil

233A Canley Vale Rd
Canley Heights NSW 2166
9727 7585 
(New Branch)
Shark Hotel 127 Liverpool St,
Sydney NSW 2000
9283 8284

Holy Basil on Urbanspoon

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