Perth is the part of Australia nearest to Asia – it’s closer to Jakarta than to Sydney or Brisbane – and while it might be a little further on Bangkok than to Indonesia, those who with to try a little Thai in Western Australia would do well to head to James Street in Northbridge and Thailicious. They offer an introduction to the tastes of Thailand from their city centre location, close to both Perth Arena and Perth Central Train Station, so take a trip into Thailicious for a feed to remember in the Western Australian capital.
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Very Thailicious. The fish is excellent. Very authentic Thai. Great service.
Best noodles I have had in a very long time
There are plenty of Thai restaurants in Perth, but few of them can compete with Thailicious on James Street in Northbridge. The finer points of Thai cuisine are not easy to get right, for sure. Spice, drawn from chillies, must be balanced with sweetness, derived from liberal use of palm sugar, sourness, a product by a combination of lime, lemon and tamarind and salt, from oyster and fish sauce must all be balanced, and only the most skillful chefs can manage it. They have such chefs at Thailicious, so let us talk you through some of the delicacies which they rustle up.
A great Thai meal begins with soup, and at Thailicious, they have the Tom Yum and Tom Kha options, as well as their own house broth, served clear and with soft tofu. The starters include all the favourites, and the mains are similarly crowd-pleasing. Thailicious have all the classic curries – green, red, panang and massaman – as well as a red roasted duck option, and the seafood selection is a house signature, whether that be their Phuket Fantasia – seafood, prawns, fish fillets, squid and New Zealand mussels – or their crispy soft shell crab. Head on over to Thailicious on James Street in Northbridge and booked table to enjoy some of the best Thai food in Perth.