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Cookie in the Melbourne CBD is one of the city’s hippest drinking and dining destinations, the beer hall and eating house making a name for itself in the heart of the city. Featuring an extensive menu of Thai specialities in sizes small, medium and large, Cookie offers something to suit just about any Melbourne diner. Whether you’re visiting primarily for drinks or looking to chow down on a feast of incredible Southeast Asian cuisine, Cookie has you covered. Customers can take a seat in the bustling restaurant room with full table service, or alternatively dine at the communal tables or cocktail bar for a more informal experience. Situated on Swanston Street between Little Bourke Street and Lonsdale Street, right in the middle of the CBD, Cookie is a must-visit dining destination.
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the best pad thai to go with their house cocktails.
Food and services is amaZing as it always is :)
When ever we come to Melbourne for a holiday we always have dinner at 'Cookie'. Great food, great cocktails and friendly and efficient service. Food is not cheap but it's excellent. Never fails to please hence we always return.
Exquisite Thai cuisine meets Melbourne’s finest cocktails at Cookie, a dining establishment that’s leading the charge in the city’s culinary scene. Found on the first level of Curtin House on Swanston Street in the CBD, Cookie has cemented itself as a trailblazer with its innovative drinks and unique Asian dishes. Choose from a wide range of craft beers and fine wines, or order one of Cookie’s signature cocktails. We recommend trying the zesty Roku Smash, a gin and lemon cocktail mixed with a homemade pineapple, yuzu and black pepper jam.
At Cookie in Melbourne’s CBD, you’ll choose from small, medium or large dishes, all of which are made fresh to order with ripe seasonal produce and authentic imported ingredients. Perfect for sampling and sharing, the restaurant’s small dishes offer you the chance to mix and match from options like taro dumplings with chilli soy, pickled cabbage omelette, grilled Thai sausage, baked scallops with pomelo or steamed mussels with ginger, lemongrass, coriander and kaffir lime. Of course, you could just dive right into medium-sized dishes like penang lamb and eggplant curry, or large options like beefs ribs with lemongrass and lychee or grilled king prawns with green chilli sauce. No matter the choice, you’re certain to be impressed – book your experience in advance to guarantee a table.