Thai food is never an unpopular choice when you’re trying to find somewhere to take your mates out for a feed. If you like your sustenance spicy, then you’re in luck, and if your tastes are for fishy favourites, then you’ve gone to the right place as well. In this case, the right place is Thai Spice House on Military Road in Cremorne, where the hungry chilli fiends of North Sydney congregate to get their fix of fire and fish. Make a move out to Cremorne’s Thai Spice House and bring the whole bunch out for a meal to remember – just remember to book yourself a table ahead of time, as they do get busy.
Quiet when we arrived, got busier, but good service. Meals arrived together for our table, request for extra chilli was done! Good night and nice atmosphere.
Thai cuisine is based on a delicate balance of flavours, and only the highest quality chefs can make it work. Fire is necessary, and taken from chillies, as is salt, which comes in the form of fish sauce. Sweet and sour must be there too – citrus fruits and tamarind provide the latter, palm sugar the former – and for all four to come together, you need a cook that can keep them in equilibrium. At Thai Spice House in Cremorne they have one of the best jugglers of spice in Sydney, so let us talk you through what you can expect to see when you arrive at their location on Military Road.
The starters at Thai Spice House in Cremone include all your favourite Thai dishes: curry puff, fish cakes, spring rolls – and their mains are fiery enough to merit the Spice House name: soft shell crab pepper, their top seller, or the classic red and green curries that make the most of the abundant chillies on offer in Thailand. Veggies are plentiful too, as are seafood dishes: in fact, there is someone for everyone, and all we can say is that you have to experience it for yourself. Head down to Military Road in North Sydney for a Thai feast to remember.