One of Newtown’s most popular restaurants, Atom Thai on King Street serves simple yet amazing Thai dishes in a relaxed environment. Close to the University of Sydney, Atom Thai is a popular meeting point for busy students, especially those looking to save money – the restaurant offers well-priced lunch specials during the week. Open for delivery, dine-in, or takeaway, Atom Thai has a huge following in Sydney and is a standout in the city’s Southeast Asian dining scene.
Have you been paying an arm and a leg for Thai cuisine? At Atom Thai on Newtown’s King Street, you’ll get some of the city’s highest quality Thai cuisine at reasonable prices, with large portions and a huge selection of menu items. Locals with food allergies will find an ally in Sydney’s Atom Thai. In fact, the restaurant even has an extensive gluten-free selection with almost as many dishes available as on the regular menu! Vegetarians have numerous choices as well, and are welcome to ask for a specific dish customised to their liking.
Atom Thai in Sydney’s Newtown offers an extensive menu of salads, curries, grilled specialties, wok-fried dishes and noodles. Don’t know where to start? Check out Atom Thai’s chef’s recommendations like crispy barramundi with Thai celery, BBQ lamb cutlet, crispy pork with cashews and duck breast with a sweet and sour tamarind sauce. Or go veg and try the four seasons tofu, salt and pepper tofu or vegetarian satay chicken. Guests can even try vegetarian duck, or simply order the real deal. Very popular in Sydney, this Thai restaurant fills up fast – make a reservation and hold down your spot.
Always an amazing experience. Service is friendly and food is always fantastic, fresh and super tasty. We eat here at least once a week. We love it.
The staff were very attentive and were nice enough to hold our reservation when we were running late. The food that we ordered were amazing too!
We had great service and delicious food. Our party of four was very well cared-for, with our 6.30 booking (before going to a show). There was a queue to get in when we left at 8.