We got there around 8:30pm on a Thursday and the place was not busy at all...our hearts sank a little. In it's heyday the place was always packed solid until 10pm.
We started off with a papaya salad. The dressing was fragrant but very spicy. If pea is not there I would be eating loads but I was worried about going into labour!
Pork neck salad. The dressing again was very good and spicy, but the pork neck itself left a lot to be desired. It was way too fat and chewy and there was not very much of it.
Steamed fish with lime and chili in broth: the girls' favourite but my husband and K call it the stupid fish. We opted for a sea bass instead of the standard mullet. It was perfect: the fish was meaty and fresh and the broth together with the lime and chili were just out of this world. Even the cabbage on the bottom was enjoyable.
K ordered the Thai roast chicken so he didn't have to eat the stupid fish. It was a good choice as the chicken was very nicely done, the meat was tender and moist. However we didn't think there was a whole chicken there...we were told that it was a small chicken. Either that or it's some weird chicken with only 1 breast, 1 leg and and a set of wings.
All in all dinner was enjoyable and I didn't get sick this time around. Can go back again. Dinner for 3 with drinks came to HK$580.
Thai Farmer Restaurant
98 Lockhart Rd. (nr. Luard Rd.), Wanchai, Hong Kong. Tel: 2520-6607