Mon-Fri 11.30am-midnight; Sat 4pm-midnight
Print Hall's high-energy Asian eating house is no place for solo diners; a menu this vast and delicious poses a real challenge to smaller tables and the decision-phobic. Should you get your RDI of Thai sustenance from a lush pork and crab relish, for instance, or a bright and limey jumble of crisp-fried smoked barramundi and crunchy salad leaves? Gargantuan Skull Island prawns - skewered, crumbed and fried kushiage-style - fly the flag for Japan, while luxe pineapple fried rice and stir-fried water spinach tip the hat to the lazy Susans of Chinese suburbia. Neon lighting and a neo-hutong aesthetic, however, tick the modern restaurant-design boxes. As pleasing as the savouries and upbeat waitstaff are, sweets are forgettable (needlessly tricked-up coconut jelly; ho-hum fried ice-cream). Reroute those dessert dollars towards the rest of the menu and charmingly parochial beer and wine selections.
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