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Located in the heart of Melbourne’s city centre, along Little Collins Street between Russell and Swanston, Alice’s Thai Restaurant specialises in more than just traditional Thai cuisine. There’s also a big range of western-style dishes on offer up on the menu, all made fresh to order. Go for Thai barbecue, exotic Asian dishes, or hearty burgers and steaks - all of this and more can be found at Alice’s Thai Restaurant.
Food was great but 2 meals out of 9 came out later (5 mins) than everyone else. Had to ask where our meals were. Apart from this - great!
Went to this restaurant for the first time around 12:30pm for lunch. It was busy but food came out quickly. Food was yummy. Would definitely go back.
Food was fine and came quickly and as we wanted . Service was almost non existant once food arrived. Had to go find the staff for extra water.
Alice’s Thai Restaurant keeps good hours in order to keep diners in search of Thai and Asian specialities in Melbourne’s city centre well fed. Weekdays see this Thai restaurant on the block of Little Collins Street sandwiched between Swanston and Russell Street open for two sittings each day, for lunch from 11:30am until 2pm, and for dinner from 5:30pm until 10pm. Slightly more restricted over the weekend, you can indulge in Alice’s delicious dishes in the evening from 5:30pm until 10pm.
Always a popular option among Melbourne city centre workers, diners’ favourite dishes at Alice’s reflect the appetites of the midday rush. Traditional Thai entrees like curry puffs, fish cakes, satay skewers, and spring rolls rub delicately-spiced shoulders with the restaurant’s western selection: chicken Caesar salad, potato wedges, and generous T-bone steaks served with mashed potato, steamed vegetables, and gravy. Turning back to Thai cuisine proper, we recommend you try the poh tak, tom yum goong, and tom kha gai soups, or Thai-style barbecue like gai yang and neua saduang. Bookings are advised for peak times.