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  • Ayatana

    Just when you thought Chapel Street couldn’t handle another eatery on its burly strip, Ayatana propped open its doors. Ayatana is part wine bar and part contemporary Thai restaurant and while it may be only small, it sure packs a punch with its authentic menu, moodily lit interior and stylish...

  • Bangkok Rain

    Bringing a taste of Thailand to Carlton is Bangkok Rain, a colourful restaurant decorated in traditional touches. An extensive menu of affordable Thai favourites ranges from curries to stir-fries, with a great variety of vegan and vegetarian options, and a special section devoted just to chilli fans. Jazz plays throughout...

  • Bangpop

    Melbourne’s Thai street-food phase is far from over with the opening of BangPop in the up and coming South Wharf district. Housed inside a converted warehouse, this trendy restaurant borrows influence from Thailand’s extensive food stalls, with a focus on affordable, communal dining. Plus, with Chef Kam McManemey (ex Dandelion)...

  • Blossom Thai

    Blossom Thai is located close to the Jam Factory and Como Centre, making it an ideal spot for a quick traditional Thai meal before the movies or shopping. Try the Blossom Red Prawns or a spicy Massaman Curry.…

  • Blue River Thai

    Canterbury's Blue River Thai restaurant is located just next to the historic Maling Road precinct. A good option for a mid-week meal, this restaurant serves Thai cuisine, adjusted to suit the Western palette. All your favourite go-to dishes are on the menu, from soups to salads, noodles to stir fries....

  • Brown Grain Thai Restaurant

    Enlighten your taste buds with flavours from Thailand, share the spirit of this unique dining experience at Brown Grain Thai Restaurant. Brown Grain Thai Restaurant provides extensive menus range from entrees, soups, curries, stir fries, and desserts made from local products. The popular dishes include cashew nut stir fry with...

  • Brown Sugar Thai

    As well as many traditional Thai favourites you will find some dishes at Brown Sugar Thai that are unique to this popular East Brunswick restaurant. Those with a hankering for Thai food will be impressed with the dishes on offer from chef Saraphee Paranort.…

  • Charm Thai

    Albert Park may not be the first place you'd ordinarily look for a great Thai restaurant, but Charm Thai quickly turns this notion on its head. This pleasant, colourful, modern restaurant - complete with traditional, flavoursome Thai dishes - is sure to charm your tastebuds. There is an extensive menu...

  • Charntra Thai Restaurant

    This traditional Thai eatery in Camberwell prides itself on serving home-made, authentic food – making everything from spring rolls to rotis from scratch. The all-Thai staff mean that any menu queries will be responded to at depth. With a relaxed atmosphere, Charntra Thai Restaurant is a great place for groups...

  • Chiangmai Thai cuisine

    In prime restaurant position in the heart of Lygon Street, Chiangmai Thai is an elegant Thai restaurant. Dine alfresco on the sidewalk, or sit in the contemporary inside space, with black furniture contrasting splashes of pink and red. The menu is extensive, featuring authentic Northern Thai specialties , as well...

  • Chi Kitchen

    Centrally located on Little Bourke St in Melbourne's CBD, Chi Kitchen provides interesting Asian fusion fare consisting of flavours and dishes from Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Malaysian culinary tradition. The restaurant is operated by two nutritionists, who are committed to providing quality ingredients and nutritious meals to diners. The modern...

  • Chillipadi Watergardens

    Chillipadi is located in Taylors Lakes, around 20 minutes north-west of Melbourne CBD. The kitchen presents an enormous menu of Pan Asian cuisine including Chinese, Singaporean, Japanese, Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian dishes. The restaurant allows you to choose your dining style - casual at the sushi bar or more...

  • Chin Chin’s at Koto Moon

    Chin Chin's at Koto Moon sounds more like an entrant in Shanghai's independent film festival than a purveyor of contemporary Asian cuisine, but what awaits you is well-presented food in a sumptuous setting. Friendly staff fronts this union of modern styling and traditional fare including the likes of homemade dim...

  • Choo Choo’s at The Toff in Town

    Choo Choo’s at The Toff in Town provides discerning diners and theatre-goers with everything they could hope for in a night out. The dedicated performance space has played host to a range of musical, comedy, theatre and dance acts over the years. The restaurant serves a unique Thai fusion menu...

  • Colonel Tan's

    Colonel Tan’s takes its tasty Thai food up a level (quite literally); the restaurant serves diners well into the night in the lofty surrounds of Prahran’s Revolver nightclub.Named for the club’s co-owner, Thai music star Tan Punturaumporn, this dining space has a clubby ambience lent by its location deep within...

  • Cookie

    Any bar that describes itself as a “disco eating house and beer hall” is bound to make its patrons happy. Cookie somehow manages to fuse beer hall, cocktail bar and modern Thai restaurant with flair. The bar stocks a plethora of micro-brews and 350 different wines, plus, a hidden corner...

  • Hanumarn Thai

    Select your wine, have a sip and enjoy beautiful Thai wood carvings and paintings which tell you different stories. While you sit and relax in the vast dinning hall, under the warm chandelier lights, the chefs prepare your special dish in an open kitchen. Hanumarn Thai Restaurant is proud to...

  • iSpicy

    iSpicy brings a taste of Thai street-stalls to Hawthorn. This small eatery has been a favourite with students and corporate types alike through its ability to serve great tasting dishes that won’t break the budget. With dishes like fried barramundi on papaya salad or crispy pork in Thai red curry...

  • Isthmus of Kra

    Sister restaurant to Carlton's Shakahari, Isthmus of Kra serves a creative repetoire of Nonya Thai fare from its home in South Melbourne. Taking inspiration from the Chinese migrants who settled in Malaysia and southern Thailand, this casual eatery takes the fragrant aromas of Thai fare and fuses it with traditional...

  • Kon Thai

    Kon Thai was the first Thai restaurant to be established on the Mornington Peninsula in 1989. And is still is operated by the original owners. While the décor hasn’t changed much since it’s inception, the well-worn menu is an eclectic mix of modern and traditional Thai flavours, giving plenty of...

  • Le Bangkok

    Amidst the strip of Greek restaurants on Lonsdale Street is Le Bangkok, a small Thai restaurant whose presence is as punchy as the distinct Thai flavours it serves. Le Bangkok’s traditional dishes include a number of vegetarian options as well as a fine selection of wine and creative cocktails to...

  • Lemon Leaf

    Enjoy the comfortable atmosphere in this stylish restaurant or the relaxing alfresco dining. Some of the exotic flavours are imparted by other ingredients that come to your plate directly from Thailand – and ensure Thai dishes are truly Thai. The chef has many years experience in Thai cuisine and aims...

  • Little Thai Princess

    Little Thai Princess offers an exclusive and intimate environment which is full of ambience, modern and comfortable. There is an extensive wine list, with an exclusive and truly memorable food experience together with our attentive staff. Now at The Little Thai Princess the tradition continues with even more exciting dishes...

  • Longrain Melbourne

    Awarded One Chef Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2012-2014Top-notch Thai food that is made to share amid bustling, vibrant surroundings continues to be a winning formula for Melbourne’s Longrain restaurant. The shine hasn’t worn off since its eagerly anticipated arrival in 2005 – its buzzing atmosphere and relaxed...

  • Lost Angel Bar & Restaurant

    Angel Bar & Restaurant is a funky Thai fusion eatery located in the leafy area between Melbourne Museum, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens. If you're going with friends, try the share platters to get a taste of a range of dishes and if you're on your own, the crispy...

  • Middle Fish

    Tucked away on a quiet lane and housed in an old converted warehouse, Middle Fish is a little Southern Thai restaurant that is impressing discerning Melbourne foodies. Just around the corner from Queen Victoria Markets, get in early for a Thai iced coffee or book for dinner to sample their...

  • Nine Elephants

    Just around the corner from Etihad Stadium at Docklands is Nine Elephants, a popular Thai restaurant with a legion of loyal fans. Don't be fooled by its quiet Docklands streetscape - once you enter Nine Elephants, the atmosphere is lively and packed with patrons conversing over spicy dishes. The menu...

  • Olarndo Thai

    Nestled in Port Melbourne’s culinary strip, Olarndo Thai is a modern Asian eatery that goes beyond the expected. With long grass on the walls and warm, neutral tones within the restaurant, guests can enjoy the ambient atmosphere with a slew of Thai, Malay and Vietnamese dishes that seem to work...

  • One Thai

    One Thai is a colourful and friendly BYO restaurant in a suburban shopping stretch that's usually very crowded, so the option to takeaway can be practical. A long-standing and popular eatery in Balwyn North, One Thai is filled with a lovely aroma, vibrant colours and plenty of smiles.…

  • Pacific Rim Thai (Essendon)

    Pacific Rim Thai Restaurant uses freshly picked ingredients, curry paste freshly ground in the kitchen and no added MSG. Combine this with their expert preparation, perfect cooking and experience of serving quality Thai cuisine, and you can expect an exciting taste and enjoyable dining experience.…

  • Pacific Rim Thai Restaurant

    In a city filled with Thai restaurants, deciding on one can be a little tricky, but when in Albert Park, look no further than Pacific Rim. The restaurant is housed in a two-storey terrace and the simple dining room is perfect for a casual meal. The kitchen makes everything from...

  • Paladarr Thai Issan

    Awarded One Chef’s Hat - The Age Good Food Guide 2012One of Melbourne's best Thai restaurants, Paladarr Thai Issan is tucked away in a leafy Alphington street. While we don't often think of Thai as a ""special occasion"" cuisine, this restaurant definitely ticks the location for a ""night to remember""...

  • Patee Thai

    Melbourne’s original Thai restaurant, Patee Thai has been servicing chilli-fanatics for 20 years. The dining room is colourfully decorated with Thai triangle pillows for a dining experience with a difference. Get nice and comfortable and order from a great range of traditional curries and stir-fries with some wine from the...

  • Ping Eatery & Bar

    Taking its name from a children’s book about a spirited yellow duck who lived on the Yangtze River, this Port Melbourne Vietnamese/Thai restaurant is full of spunk. Ping Eatery and Bar is the perfect meeting place for a quick drink or a leisurely bite.…

  • Pok Pok

    Bringing Thai Street Food to the Docklands; Pok Pok is a great casual diner just out of the city. Inside this industrial space, diners can sit at the golden bar for a pre-meal drink, or slip into a table to enjoy an evolving menu of flavourful and restorative dishes from...

  • Red Spice Road QV

    Red Spice Road QV’s communal dining style embodies the spirit of the family unit in Asia and it is this sense of community that punctuates the dining experience. Led by acclaimed chef John McLeay, the menu is a melange of shared dishes with an emphasis on freshness and flavour.…...

  • River Kwai

    Diner’s looking for a bit of spice can look no further than River Kwai in Clayton, serving up authentic Thai and Burmese cuisine every night of the week. Inside the comfortable surrounds of the restaurant diners are treated to true Thai hospitality, while enjoying the popular fish curry or pad...

  • Samanee

    Not bent on reinventing the wheel (or the spring roll as the case may be) but instead choosing to please lovers of Thai with celebrated culinary staples, Moonee Ponds restaurant Samanee bursts with the aroma and flavour of delicious curries, stir-fries, noodles and salads. The decor is modern and inviting,...

  • Shallot Thai

    Offering a true profusion of true Thai tastes, Shallot Thai is a well known haunt to Malvern East locals. From the more subtle dishes classed as mild on Shallot’s spiciness scale to true hot and flaming in its most extreme form, the range of dishes on the menu at Shallot...

  • Siam 1

    Set on a thriving shopping strip in Carnegie, Siam 1 offers a relaxing setting for diners to enjoy the authentic Thai cuisine it serves up. The warm and welcoming interior makes this family-friendly restaurant a special treat, allowing guests to relax and enjoy the flavours of this fragrant cuisine. Thanks...

  • SOHO - South Melbourne Hotel

    For a hip atmosphere and Thai-inspired share plates, head to South Melbourne Hotel- SOHO. The venue has had quite a history – as The Palace Hotel in South Melbourne to The Palace by Luke Mangan – however this final reincarnation is set to stay. SOHO comes complete with a tiki...

  • Sontaya

    Cafe by day, restaurant by night, Sontaya Thai at Bundoora offers quality meals for suburban nights out 30 minutes north of the city. The dining room has a very Thai feel, with dark timber furniture set against peachy walls and cultural ornaments placed around the room. The daytime menu spans...

  • Sugarcane South Melbourne

    Sugarcane is a Thai restaurant in South Melbourne, which is housed in a heritage-listed building just a short walk from South Melbourne Town Hall. On those chilly evenings, request a table near the fireplace. The menu at Sugarcane is extensive and the price range is quite wide, so you can...

  • Sweet Basil

    Amid the bright lights of Commercial Road at South Yarra, superb Thai flavours are served up in low-key surroundings in Sweet Basil's unassuming restaurant. Of course, all the traditional Thai favourites are on the menu, but look out for unusual offerings, like deep fried sweet corn or pumpkin and taro...

  • Thai Classic

    Thai Classic has been in the neighbourhood since 1984, so North Carlton locals are very well acquainted with the extensive menu and cheery service. The restaurant's many regulars might not even need to look at the huge menu when choosing their dish, but newcomers are known to struggle with indecisiveness...

  • Thai Food to Go

    Offering cheap, satisfying food and a decor that challenges the boundaries of cool and crazy kitsch, Thai Food to Go is a popular haunt for Prahan's hungry students, workers and locals. Offering a lengthy selection of soups, curries, thai bbq and noodles, this simple eatery is loved for its authentic...

  • Thaila Thai

    Servicing Melbourne’s obsession with Thai food is Thaila Thai, a veritable institution in Brunswick East. The simple interiors and welcoming staff set the scene for the large dishes of traditional share food that will ensue such as the beef rending, pad thai and red and green curries. Takeaway is also...

  • Vanilla Orchid

    Melding Thai family recipes with fine French technique, Warrandyte's Vanilla Orchid is traditional, homely and welcoming. Just a stone's throw from the river that flows through this beautiful town, Vanilla Orchid is a favourite for family celebrations, and serves an approachable Thai menu with a number of gluten-free and vegetarian...

  • Ying Thai

    On bustling Victoria Street, Ying Thai is a welcoming Thai restaurant on this otherwise Vietnamese strip. The restaurant may be simple, but traditional dishes like Thai jungle curry and spicy chicken larb in lettuce cups keep diners coming back for more. Best of all, diners can alter chilli level to...

  • Ying Thai 2

    Following the popularity of its Victoria Street sister, Ying Thai 2 brings authentic Thai flavours to Carlton. This funky restaurant is awash with aqua and candy-coloured chairs, where diners enjoy home made Thai curries, traditional pad-thai and stir-fried crab in chilli sauce. Diners can also choose from a range of...

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