Step inside this bar and restaurant right in the heart of Park Road’s famous restaurant strip and you’ll instantly feel like you’ve been whisked away on a Thai holiday, with its leafy terrace, outdoor bar area and authentic Thai cuisine bringing some tropical vibes to Milton. Whether it's for a casual lunch, an evening meal or to catch up with friends over some cocktails, Temple Thai Restaurant & Tuk Tuk Bar attracts diners from all over Brisbane. To guarantee a table at this local hotspot, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
We at a really good team lunch. Booking wa eay, service was prompt and food was delicious. Each of us had something different and we all thoroughly enjoyed the food. Breaking the bill and paying was also a breeze. Definitively a place I will return to.
Food & service was excellent & good value for the money. Staff were friendly & knowledgeable. Quite busy even on a week night, make sure to book a table if planning a visit on a Friday or Saturday evening. Definitely recommend a visit.
If you’ve ever found yourself dreaming of an escape to Thailand, a trip to Temple Thai Restaurant & Tuk Tuk Bar is the next best thing. Located on Park Road, this Milton restaurant is decked out with an abundance of foliage, traditional Thai statues and sleek and stylish modern decor, creating the perfect backdrop for a number of different occasions, whether it's a romantic date or a celebration with friends. Start off and whet your appetite with some soft-shell crab, curry puffs or chicken satay before moving on to the main affair.
The menu offers something to suit all tastes and dietary requirements, whether you’re a seafood lover, vegetarian or are craving some meat, from traditional Thai soups like the hot and sour tom yum to an array of time-tested curries such as the massaman, slow-cooked with potato, onions and peanuts then topped with coconut cream. Some other favourites include the suki stir-fry (suki noodles stir-fried with seafood, morning glory, wombox, mushroom, shallots, chilli and celery) as well as the ped makham (roast duck breast with tamarind and palm sugar sauce, topped with dried shallots and fresh coriander). Round your meal off with some Thai tapioca or deep-fried ice cream, before heading down to the Tuk Tuk Bar for a cocktail or two. For an exotic experience in Brisbane’s Milton, book a table at Temple Thai Restaurant & Tuk Tuk Bar now.