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Thai Riffic On Street North Sydney pays homage to Thai street food and brings some of the most delicious and authentic dishes to Sydney. This particular branch is located within Greenwood Plaza on Blue Street and offers beautifully presented dishes packed with flavour and spice that we’re quite sure you’ll love. The menu is broken down into kin len snacks, kab khao shared dishes served with rice and arharn jarn diew street dishes and offers plenty of meat, seafood and vegetarian options so everyone is more than catered for. Popular among North Sydney Thai lovers for very good reason, we can’t recommend a booking at Thai Riffic On Street at Greenwood Plaza enough.
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Situated within Greenwood Plaza, Thai Riffic On Street in North Sydney boasts a stylish interior that’s perfect for taking a mid-shop break or having a casual dinner over plates upon plates of delicious and authentic Thai food. Featuring a unique design complete with wooden furnishings, plant life and neon lights, the space matches the menu. Speaking of, what dishes can you expect from this Sydney Thai restaurant? To begin, we recommend you order up some chicken satay skewers served with cucumber relish; prawns served on betel leaf with ginger, lime, peanuts and an aromatic sauce and fish cakes cooked with kaffir lime. Curious about Thai Riffic On Street yet? You should be.
Following on, you’ll want to order some snacks from the kin len section at Thai Riffic On Street Sydney. We love the crispy fried chicken wings; e-sarn pork ribs glazed in a tamarind sauce and the soft shell crab fritters. Then, from the kab kao menu, try the crying tiger cooked with barbeque Wagyu; ginger fish cooked with ginger and dark soy or the spicy noodles with soft shell crab. With so much more on offer, including curries, stir fries and plenty more street food classics, you’ll need to arrive at Thai Riffic On Street Greenwood Plaza on Blue Street in North Sydney armed with a reservation and a very hearty appetite. You won’t be disappointed.
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