At Thaitation in Perth, the focus is on fabulous, homemade Thai cuisine made with the best ingredients. This Southeast Asian restaurant is perfect for the entire family and offers a children’s menu that gives the little ones an introduction to sophisticated new flavours that they might not otherwise be exposed to. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, Thaitation is always there for you when you get a hankering for authentic, flavoursome Thai food. You’ll find this restaurant at Floreat Forum Shopping Centre on Howtree Place, just next to Cambridge Library and Floreat Park Primary School.
Foodies in Perth have found their new favourite restaurant: Thaitation in Floreat. This Howtree Place restaurant sets the bar high when it comes to Thai cuisine, and that’s because the food here is made using the very best ingredients including seasonal produce and authentic Thai herbs and spices. The restaurant is relaxed and comfortable, with a large patio outside and plenty of outdoor seating for perfect spring days. Got kids in tow? On Tuesdays, children eat free when you buy a meal!
There’s a lot of food to try at Thaitation in Floreat, and with a menu that’s known to change up seasonally, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Recommended dishes include signatures like the crispy chicken in chilli sauce, their crispy oyster pancake, snow pea king prawns and the delicious salt and pepper squid with crispy noodles. Dessert is an absolute must here at Thaitation, with favourites like their golden hair panna cotta, black sticky rice with swan valley mango and ice cream, and our favourite, the decadent deep-fried coconut ice cream with chocolate topping. Whatever it is you’re after, be it lunch, dinner or simply dessert, you’ll love what Thaitation has in store for you – to save your table and avoid disappointment, make sure to book ahead for a meal at this Perth Thai restaurant.
Very authentic street food on their lunch menu. My braised duck noodle soup was fantastic. The other dishes I have tried there have also been very tasty. It's a pity I didn't have room for my favourite mango sticky rice.
I've been there many times with different groups of friends.
A real neighbourhood gem and one of my regular midweek lunch venue.