A long time Victoria Street favourite, Eat Thai is a simple, unpretentious place that serves classic Southeast Asian dishes. Best described as comfort food, their curries, noodles and bbq chicken are sure to lift your spirits.
Translating to the word ‘street’ in Thai, Soi 25 is an innovative restaurant in the heart of Victoria Street. It serves up delicious dishes that have been inspired by classic Thai Street food, in a relaxed and friendly setting.
A Bay Street favourite, Abode Thai Cuisine serves up some of Thailand’s most iconic dishes in an intimate setting. Known for its fast service, great atmosphere and decent portion size, the food is always fresh, tasty and beautifully presented.
With venues at Surry Hills and Barangaroo, Muum maam is a fabulous casual restaurant that dishes up authentic Thai street food that is burst with vibrant flavours. Made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, they also offer a great cocktail list too.
A modern Thai restaurant named lovingly after its owner’s daughter, Chubby Cheeks offers Thai and East Asian influenced dishes (think Tinder Creek Roast Duck) and is open for lunch or dinner (with BYO wine available). The selection is generally not too expensive and offers vegan and vegetarian choices along with fun modern cocktails.
Chon is the Thai would for spoon. It also the name of the fantastic restaurant in Balmain that is run by owner, and head chef extraordinaire, Pacharin “Air” Jantrakool. Set with a two-storey building, Chon Thai is a 120 seater venue that offers delicious, contemporary Thai food, good wine, a friendly ambience, and excellent value for money.
For a decade now Pepper Seeds has been delighting the taste buds of Balmain foodies with their exceptional modern Thai cuisine. A very trendy restaurant, notable for its exposed brick walls and chic woodsy décor, they offer a delicious custom menu. Curated by head chef, Jane Sangpoowong, its known for its heavenly flavour profiles.
Before moving to Australia in 1973 I was working in some of the top restaurants around Caysorn Plaza, Rajaprasong in Bangkok for ten years. When I arrived in Sydney I gained valuable experience working in well known iconic hotels and restaurants such as the Sydney Hilton, the Summit Restaurant and Noah’s Lakeside in Canberra In the early Eighties I opened one of the first Thai Restaurant in Sydney.
Traditional Thai food in a bustling, industrial-style restaurant with loft seating, plus takeway.
Thai meat, seafood & noodle favourites whipped up in a straightforward restaurant.
Welcome to Yok Yor. We trust that you will enjoy the flavours of Thailand’s eldest traditions of authentic food preparation. Yok Yor was found in Bangkok, the year was 1982. Wanpen Phungsamphan and Watcharin Budtong envisioned a restaurant that would deliver the finest of spices and flavours to each dish that had been passed down through the generations of the family. Thailand is renowned internationally for its attention to detail with even the subtlest of flavours combined with the richest of spices and fresh produce to create outstanding dishes. Yok Yor […]
Aiming to provide diners with a complete food experience, Restaurant Moon is a modern restaurant, with a stylish interior. It presents an innovative and eye-catching menu of excellent European and Thai inspired fusion cuisine.
Casual eatery with a buzzy vibe, exposed brick walls & an open kitchen preparing some of the best Thai street food in Sydney.
Long Chim is a hip eatery in an industrial space serving Thai classics including curries, stir fries & meat dishes.
A recent food survey found that Thai food heads the list of Australia’s favourite international cuisine. Its not surprising really, as there is practically a Thai restaurant on every street corner. Especially in Sydney, where Pad Thai can almost be considered the state dish. Thai food is known for its delicate flavours and clever use of herbs and spices, which all fuse together to produce a wonderful range of curries, soups and stir-fries. We’ve come up with a list of some of the best Thai Restaurants in Sydney. All known […]
A few years ago, we began our journey of retelling a story on our cultural heritages through our cuisines that is uniquely Thai & Laos. We wanted to showcase the food which is a distinctive cuisine dominated with fresh herbs and spices, and a delicate balance between sweet, sour and spicy that we have been accustomed to from our upbringing. We are honoured that you and your family (many whom have travelled from faraway places) have come to our home to share a meal and some happy memories with us. […]
The go-to place for many Sydneysiders who love top quality Thai food made with authentic flavours. Doytao Thai serves up delicious Thai curries, stir-fries and BBQ style dishes in a venue that is light, airy and always buzzing with very satisfied patrons.
With specialities that include the most delicious BBQ Beef Salad and Papaya Salad, its easy to see why Charles Thai is seen to be one of the best Thai restaurants in Newtown. A King Street stalwart their menu presents a range of classic Thai dishes.
Situated within a bright, funky space on King Street, Bangkok Bites serves up a delicious range of Thai inspired dishes. One of five restaurants throughout Sydney, the Newtown venue is characterised by its fast service and friendly staff.
For lovers of delicious Asian food, Atom Thai is a must-visit. Showcasing a wonderful fusion of Thai style cuisine infused with the flavours of Lao, the understated setting is cosy and intimate. The food menu includes a huge range of gluten-free options.
One of the most popular restaurants on Darlinghurst Rd, 3 Seasons Thai Fusion Cuisine has one simple philosophy. To serve consistently top-notch Asian food that tastes great every single time. Something they achieve with ease, the venue is noted for its big portions and excellent vibe.