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For delicious Thai cuisine made fresh to order, Sala Thai Restaurant is one of our absolute favourites. This award-winning restaurant has been slinging out Thai specialities since 1993, and they’re known throughout Perth for having some of the friendliest service in the city. Located on Norfolk Street not far from Fremantle Esplanade, Bathers Beach and just moments from The Esplanade station, this restaurant is easy to reach and well worth an extra trip. Open every day of the week for dinner, Sala Thai Restaurant brings you the best dishes that Southeast Asia has to offer. Book your experience in advance!
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Where fans of Asian cuisine go when they want to experience the best of the best, Sala Thai in Fremantle draws in food lovers from all over Perth to try their home-style Asian dishes. Casual yet stylish, this popular Thai restaurant can cater to any of your dining desires, whether you simply want a great dinner out with friends or you’re planning a romantic evening with that special someone. Whatever the reason, you’ll be met by a team of friendly servers who are happy to share this Perth Thai restaurant’s cuisine with you.
If you love proper Southeast Asian cuisine, you’ll be pleased to know that the chefs at Sala Thai restaurant in Perth go above and beyond to keep their dishes as authentic and traditional as possible. Featuring a lengthy menu of beverages including fine wines, craft beers, cocktails and teas alongside an extensive selection of vegetarian specialities, fresh seafood and plenty of delicious curries, Sala Thai offers something for newbies and connoisseurs alike. We recommend the red baby goat curry served with beans, the plaa tod sum rods (deep fried whole fish with sweet and spicy tamarind sauce) or the veg-friendly deep-fried tofu with chilli, peanut and coriander sauce. There’s a lot more where that came from – make sure to book your table in advance to enjoy a meal at this Norfolk Street restaurant!