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Old Town Thai has been the ticket to Thai dining in Brisbane for some time now. Redcliffe locals know it, but we can heartily recommend that people from further afield make the trip to Old Town Thai’s premises on the corner of Anzac and Oxley Avenue, not far from the waters of Moreton Bay.
The owner was extremely rude and the food was terrible. Definitely wouldn't recommend going there. I'll never easy there again. The restaurant want child friendly either.
Our first time st this Thsi restaurant which provided lovely food (interesting variety on the menu) , a wonderful setting and charming service. Thanks so much.
We all need a bit of spice every now and then to brighten our lives, and there are few better restaurants in Brisbane to get your fix from than Old Town Thai in Redcliffe. Contrary to its name, Old Town Thai is a modern Thai restaurant with contrasting yellow and black walls, a simple and fresh design that is reflected in the menu, too. Aromatic green, red, or yellow curries with generous helpings of meat, seafood and vegetables and a bed of fragrant jasmine rice are the stand-bys for many guests.
Many others go for classics like pad Thai noodles or a curry with the extra sweet kick of coconut rice. Either way, you’re in for an iconic Southeast Asian meal at Redcliffe’s Old Town Thai. And, scour the menu more closely, and you’ll find other Asian classic on the cards: Chinese Hokkien pork noodles, Shanghai-style noodles, and even Singaporean noodle dishes. Another highlight is the nanyang rainbow beef, deep-fried beef cooked again in a special sweet sauce with capsicum, pineapple, and onions. Hard to beat in this part of Brisbane, Old Town Thai’s Oxley Avenue address gets busy – book now.