Green Peppercorn offers authentic Lao and Thai cuisine. Like its name sake suggests this place packs a real flavour punch! I’m talking spicy! You have 4 options – mild, medium, hot or very hot. We choose medium, and oh my god it was hot. I don’t know if I could handle what very hot would be.
Cool and refreshing this is the perfect drink to quench those spicy flavours.
Marinated Dried Beef $11.90
Not your average beef jerky, these small slices of slightly sweet Laotian marinated meat were the perfect starter to snack on.
Tiger Beef Salad, Lao Style $14.90
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.
Thai Papaya Salad $12.90
Combining the fresh ingredients mixed in a mortar, shredded green papaya, cherry tomatoes, sour lime, chili, fish sauce. This dish is packed with a plethora of flavours giving you a sweet, sour and spicy hit all together.
Black Sticky Rice with Ice Cream $13
Sweet and warm, this coconut black sticky rice was served with vanilla ice cream, coconut muesli and coconut sauce. I’m not usually a fan of sticky rice but I was surprised with how good this actually was. Worth a try!
Pandan Waffles $13
Pandan and coconut flavoured waffles served with Pandan sauce, coconut muesli and coconut gelato. I’ve got to say – I don’t get pandan. I just cant figure out what the flavour is. Call me crazy but I don’t get it. Someone please tell me. Am I missing something? Regardless of that these were actually pretty delicious. The waffles were light and fluffy and the toasted coconut muesli added some nice flavour and crunch.
Worth the try.
388 Pitt Street,
Sydney, NSW 2000