You’ve probably never heard of rare Thai dishes like BBQ chicken, BBQ beef, and the sweet chilli jam combo. That’s because you haven’t dined at The Zest Thai where the proprietors claim you can find dishes like these and more that you’ve never encountered before. Take these experts at their word and book a table at this exotic Thai restaurant in Sydney’s Narrabeen, an appropriately exotic spot close to the beach along Pittwater Road.
Great specials lure newcomers to Sydney’s The Zest Thai and keep Narrabeen locals loyal. First-time customers get a discount off their first order, while if you spend over $50 you receive a whole can of refrigerated soft drink valued at three-and-a-half Australian dollars! Affordable set menus are an ideal way to enjoy the rare and exotic Thai cuisine on offer here down Pittwater Road, with two spring rolls, two chicken satay skewers, a chicken or beef stir-fry, a chicken or beef curry, two servings of steamed rice and two whole cans of soft drink for under $40. Spend just over ten dollars more and you’ll get a whole extra can of soft drink absolutely on the house.
The Zest Thai’s premises in Sydney’s Narrabeen are open seven days a week from 5:30pm until 9:30pm, meaning bookings are absolutely essential if you want to ensure a table within this narrow window. Even more important if you want to get a window seat! The Zest Thai offers great views out over Pittwater Road to the beach. Some of this Thai restaurant’s favoured dishes include the peanutty gai satay chicken, the spicy Panang curry with fresh red chillies, paprika, basil and coconut milk, the massaman beef knuckle curry with cashews and baby potatoes and the perennially popular pad Thai. Got a zest for Zest Thai, if not for life? Book now!
The food was great and the service was good too prompt and courteous it's right near the beach at Narrabeen so the location is good and the staff can't be helpful enough
Friendly staff though they didn't bother to check that we even made a reservation, food was good but we have had better. We are local to this restaurant though I don't think we'll go back