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Thai food is easy enough to come across all over Australia, and there are always a few things that have to come together to make the cuisine work. Fresh ingredients are one thing, as are a fair few chillies thrown into the mix. A great range of seafood dishes are a must, and a curry or two must be on the menu. If you take the trip out to Kew and Strictly Thai, you’ll find all of these in spades. Their seafood selection in particular is a standout, making the very most of what the seas around Melbourne have to offer. For the full crustacean creation, go for the Tom Yum Goong – spicy sour soup with prawns – to start, before moving onto the Seafood Island, stir-fried in the chef’s special sauce, perhaps offset by a Som Tum green papaya salad, featuring peanuts, beans and shrimp in a spicy lime dressing. There are a few Thai restaurants in Kew, but few in the area – if not the whole of Melbourne – can compete with Strictly Thai. Book a table and prepare for a Thai feast on High Street.
Easily catered for various dietary requirements of large group of 11! Coeliac in particular was very happy. Food was delicious (duck curry was amazing!)
Great food and really good service. Not many people in the restaurant though.
We had an enjoyable evening. I would recommend it to others