Thai restaurants are now as prominent and popular within
most communities as the local fish and chips takeaway. It is a cuisine adopted
by Australia for its bold and punchy fresh flavours, its healthiness and
lightness, making it an ideal meal option to enjoy in our balmy climate.
Traditionally, Thai food is a symbiotic balance of the 5
tastes; sour, sweet, spicy, bitter and salty. It is believed for a Thai dish to
be authentic it needs to incorporate all of the above, as each dish is consciously
made for striking the perfect harmony and balance between these five key
Journey with us as we take you on an authentic Thai tour around the
country to discover the most tantalising Thai tastes straight from the
Thai Cuisine | WA
For tasty Thai eats in Mount Hawthorn, head to Perth
restaurant Galangal Thai Cuisine to experience a traditional menu which has
been influenced by the West, resulting in flavoursome dishes filled with spice
and aroma such as their roast duck in red curry with lychee and cherry
Thai | QLD
Located below The Sebel building, along Aerodrome Road in
the Sunshine Coast’s scenic suburb of Maroochydore, resides Tuptim Thai. Take a
seat in the alfresco area to enjoy a balmy night whilst you tuck into dishes prepared
by Chef, Somkid Nammanong who showcases the authentic taste of his homeland.
Fusiopia | NSW
To experience creative Asian cuisine, visit Fusiopia
restaurant located on Raglan Street in central Mosman. Offering a modern and
sophisticated space to enjoy authentic Thai eats in contemporary surrounds,
guests can be seen delving into the likes of grilled scallops with lemon salsa
as well as snow prawns – coconut tempura prawns served with a tangy plum sauce.
Chong Co Thai | QLD
Kick up your feet after a day of shopping on the Gold Coast
at Chong Co Thai, conveniently located at both Robina
Town Centre and Pacific
Fair. A welcoming interior awaits, styled with timber furniture, exposed
brick walls and ambient lighting falling from overhead lanterns and creating a
modern and relaxed dining space to enjoy a taste of Thailand. Tuck into entrees
of chicken satay skewers or perhaps a fresh duck roll with hoisin sauce, whilst
tasty main options offer the likes of crispy pork belly pad see eiw with egg or
a seafood laksa noodle soup with tofu.
Spice Pacific Fair | QLD
Find tranquil blue and bottle green tones contrasting with
the natural textures of basket pendent lighting and dark timber furniture at
Thai Spice, Pacific Fair. With dining space sprawling out onto a spacious deck,
guests can take in water views over the canal as they dine. Slurp on a hearty
sweet lamb Massaman curry with coconut cream or delve into a plate of Pad Thai
with prawns, noodles and crunchy peanuts.
Thai | NSW
Located at Salt Village, Mahsuri Thai is a purveyor of fine
Thai dining. Seated in the alfresco area, diners are surrounded by tropical
ferns, ambient lanterns and natural timber table tops. Sample light tastes like
the fresh rice paper rolls with duck or perhaps opt for a hearty Massaman lamb
curry with potatoes.
Buddha Thai | QLD
Conveniently located along the Gold Coast highway in Mermaid
Beach is Lucky Buddha Thai. Offering a full menu of Thai delights, opt to begin
with an entrée of fish cakes served with sweet chilli sauce before devouring a
healthy oyster sauce stir fry with vegetables, crispy pork and garlic.
Thai | NSW
When on the hunt for delicious Thai flavours in South East
Sydney, venture along Glenmore Road to Paddington’s Eat Thai. Heart-warming
dishes are found in abundance, like the pork fillet jungle curry for hearty
eaters, whilst lighter noodle dishes like the Bami Goreng with tofu and egg can
be enjoyed for a quick meal.
Pearl Waterfront Thai | NSW
For an absolute waterfront location to enjoy a meal out with
loved ones, head along Pittwater Road in Bayview NSW to discover Blue Pearl
Waterfront Thai Restaurant. Established for over 14 years, Blue Pearl is a
local favourite, with residents flocking daily to enjoy tasty meals like the Pla
Muk Tod of crumbed tender calamari rings, deep fried and served with sweet
chilli mint sauce or a traditional Pad Thai with chicken.
Dee | QLD
For a tropical Thai experience, much like the coastal balmy
shores of Thailand, head to far North Queensland’s Palm Cove to find Choc Dee.
Be seated on the alfresco deck amongst the swaying gardens and bamboo as you
are transported abroad with dishes like the fish curry, with locally caught
barramundi, coconut cream and Thai herbs or perhaps opt to sample the Tamarind
duck with palm sugar, fresh bok choy and seasonal vegetables.
Thai Restaurant | NSW
As the saying goes, big things come in small packages and so
is the case for Grafton’s resident Thai restaurant, Annola Thai. Perched along
Prince Street, this cosy restaurant offers a menu which stays true to
tradition. Enjoy dishes like the chicken Pad Sapparot, which is wok fried and
sautéed in coconut milk with pineapple and a housemade chilli paste or opt for the
Chef’s special of Siam duck with vegetables.
Ginger Dining + Bar | NSW
For a sophisticated fusion experience in Sydney, head to The
Rocks waterfront dining precinct to discover Wild Ginger Dining + Bar
overlooking Circular Quay. Wild Ginger represents traditional Thai techniques
and marries them with a Modern Australian twist. Begin with the betel leaf brimming
with smoked mountain trout and flying fish roe, before delving into a main of Wagyu
beef green curry with eggplant and fresh bamboo.
It’s thaim to treat your tastebuds to the flavours, culture
and recipes of Thailand which have been centuries in the making, awaiting to
tempt your senses and warm your soul. For more Thai tastes around our country search
via your location here.