There certainly ain’t no shortage of authenticity at this Thai eatery. In its sleepy suburban setting at the corner of Military Road and Riverside Ave, Bangkok House may not scream out at you like well-advertised Thai eateries in Melbourne’s inner suburbs, but you better believe that Bangkok House in Avondale Heights packs as much punch as any around. Try the por pia tod(chicken and vege spring rolls with homemade chilli sauce), goong hom pa (prawn cutlets with garlic and coriander) and tod mun khoa pod (slightly spicy sweet corn fritters) for starters, onto tastyThai soups and vibrant salads (our pick is the authentic yum pla muek with warm squid) and an impressive array of mains, some heavy in seafood, many laden with garlic and chilli, plenty without meat and a few served on sizzling plates. If you don’t know much about Thai cuisine beyond coloured curries, beef salad and pad Thai, then Bangkok House in Avondale Heights is a great place to learn.
It was a relaxed home environment,staff were nice , clean. I had a curry which was great with a side of cocount rice. Alot of room compare to other Asian restaurants. Over all I would go back.