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Best Known For

Signature dishes may include Pahd Ta-Lay Jan Ron - Hot and spicy sea food combination served on a sizzling Hot plate. Prawns, scallops and squid with garlic, mixed vegetables and Thai herbs or Pahd Thai with Pork or Chicken or Prawn Stir fried rice noodles with egg and mixed vegetables, topped with chunky nuts.

About Jasmine Thai

This popular, centrally located authentic Thai restaurant, combines efficient & friendly service with the freshest of quality ingredients. Signature dishes may include Pahd Ta-Lay Jan Ron - Hot and spicy sea food combination served on a sizzling Hot plate. Prawns, scallops and squid with garlic, mixed vegetables and Thai herbs or Pahd Thai with Pork or Chicken or Prawn Stir fried rice noodles with egg and mixed vegetables, topped with chunky nuts.

Location & Map

213 Sturt St, Ballarat 3350 VIC - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos

Seats: 42   Chef: Yuwativa (Gik) and Amutiva (Gay)  

Opening Hours

Mon  Closed
Tue  5:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed  5:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Thu  5:00:PM - 9:00:PM
Fri  5:00:PM - 9:30:PM
Sat  5:00:PM - 9:30:PM
Sun  5:00:PM - 9:00:PM

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Member Reviews (2)

t_lithgow

This place is a regular stop for us as we love Thai food. Plenty of flavour. The banquets are the best value (if dining in) and give you a good assortment. Ordering individual dishes can get a bit pricey, but it's always outstanding food.

stockdaleacs

With a limited number of places to eat in Ballarat on a Sunday evening that are open past about 8:30pm, Jasmine Thai was just the kind of place we were looking for. The food was good with plenty of Thai standards on the menu, the staff were friendly and competent and service was prompt. The only downside? My partner ordered a dish which specifically said it had broccoli in it because he likes broccoli, only to find that the broccoli had been replaced with capsicum (which he doesn't like). It wasn't a big deal - he gave it all to me! - but he'd have been happier if the food had come as described. It would also be good if there were more vegetarian entrees; we decided to skip entree and have dessert instead, partly for this reason. Slightly pricy compared with other Thai we have eaten elsewhere, but it makes for a nice meal out.