Lemongrass, spice and everything nice awaits guests at Ringwood North’s Aroy-D Thai Restaurant. Serving up traditional Southeast Asian cuisine in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, this humble hole in the wall is something of a legend on Warrandyte Road. Open for dinner seven days a week, Aroy-D is a restaurant that you can always count on for friendly service, fresh cuisine and good times. Make sure to reserve ahead, as this beloved eatery packs out fast.
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Always brilliant Great food Great service Good value Thank you
Quick and yummy food! Lovely table in the window. Great staff. Lots of variety on the menu! Went here 10 years ago when we used to live in the area and it hasn’t changed - great as ever!!
Atmosphere great / service good Overall thumbs up would recommend it to friends and family Just one thing /might help a little bit of back ground music would help 👍
Word has spread that Aroy-D Thai in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs is cooking up some of the area’s freshest Thai dishes. With chefs hailing from Thailand, Aroy-D on Ringwood North’s Warrandyte Road stays true to tradition, utilising fresh ingredients and high-quality imported products without adding artificial colourings or flavours. Let the restaurant’s friendly waitrons suggest their favourite dishes if you can’t decide – they’re as passionate about Thai cuisine as the chefs in the kitchen.
Aroy-D is a standout among Melbourne’s many Thai restaurants, in particular because of its low-key feel, fresh taste and reasonable prices. While all of the dishes on offer taste excellent, we recommend going for one of the Thai charcoal grills like the gai yang (barbequed chicken marinated in soy, coriander roots, garlic and turmeric) or Thai roast duck topped with a special sauce and served with salad. Seafood is done especially well here – try the pla sam rod (deep fried fish in a sweet tangy chilli sauce and Thai basil) with your choice of rockling fillet or whole barramundi. Vegetarians also have plenty of options – the chefs will gladly substitute meat with vegetables in most of the dishes.