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Authentic Thai cuisine is the name of the game at Melbourne’s Thailicious. With menu items written in both English and Thai, you can rest assured that the restaurant looks after its discerning Thai guests, who come there looking for a traditional taste of home. Found on Exhibition Street in the central business district and just steps from the Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum, Thailicious is a reliable choice for an incredible Thai lunch or dinner.
Taste is good and the service is excellent. Great for group dining.
Glass noodles were very salty. The prawns were pretty good though. The pork hock was not delicious as it was in the past. In general, the foods were ok not as good as the last time I came.
Terrific, authentic Thai food and certainly recommended for this. It is not a 'flash' restaurant, but a good local Thai restaurant on the edge of town. We didn't linger long after eating though - lack of airconditioning on a very hot night didn't encourage us to do this! Remember it is BYO. While Thai beer is on tap, there is a very limited wine selection.
Thailicious on Melbourne’s Exhibition Street provides a space that’s casually cool, and is a lovely spot to enjoy some of Melbourne’s most authentic Thai dishes. A hangout for the local Thai expat community, Thailicious sticks to tradition while maintaining a modern, forward-thinking attitude, thereby offering a cuisine that appeals to both foodies and old-school diners alike.
An extensive menu awaits you at Thailicious, and includes such favourites as tom yum soup, duck red curry, and pad Thai, among many other old classics. The restaurant is known for serving traditional food, so you can expect to see plenty of menu items that you probably aren’t familiar with, perhaps like the twice cooked pork hock, a deep-fried whole marinated pork hock cooked in a five-spice sauce and served alongside two additional delicious sauces. We recommend the crispy banana prawns, the lemon-sauce steamed barramundi and the green papaya salad for an unforgettable Thai dinner. Book ahead when planning to dine at Thailicious on Exhibition Street in the heart of the CBD.