Thai cuisine is not hard to come by in Sydney, and particularly not in the CBD, but one must always bear in mind that not all Thai restaurants are created equal. The diversity of dishes on offer at New Thainatown on Goulburn Street marks them out as one of the best Thai restaurants in Sydney, and when you head out to their location in Surry Hills – take the train to Sydney Central station or Museum on the T2 Line – then you’re going to be in for a treat. Begin your meal with a starter, such as a selection of vegetarian spring rolls or a classic Tom Kha soup, before moving onto a main. Curries come in the usual three colours – red, yellow and green – and house signatures that include deep-fried pork chop or roasted duck with gravy and Chinese broccoli. Book a table at New Thainatown for a Thai meal to remember in the heart of Sydney’s CBD that is more than memorable.
Please note that advance booking is not available for lunch sittings.
The food was yummy. They have lunch specials and meal deals at a reasonable price. I will definitely go again and try their other dishes.
Really quick to serve, fairly decent servings and reasonable quality. A good place for a quick and cheap bite if you are in the vicinity.
I like to eat their stir fried noodle dishes the most.