Chandi on the popular Eat Street strip was a spontaneous lunch decision. We were steaming hot, needed a cold drink and more of a snack than a meal, and it looked cool and inviting.
Another large, airy restaurant with wooden furniture, crisp white tablecloths, lots of greenery and some funky design features, Chandi hit the mark for us and we were sorry we didn’t have time to return to try something more substantial.
I ordered satay sticks – you can choose any combination of two – of butter fish and charcoal lilit duck. The duck satay in particular was delicious and I could have eaten several more. TJ and Cam shared a plate of fries with aioli and sauce, and a dish of rice cracker butter shrimp balls.
Although we didn’t sample main dishes, we were impressed with the food, the classy atmosphere and the eye-catching splashback board behind the bar. Overall, a good experience and recommended.