On your way out to the coast along Henley Beach Road, why not get a taste of the true tropics at Yum Yai Thai KItchen’s Torrensville restaurant? This glowing oasis to delicate Southeast Asian spice is replete with lunch specials and an a la carte offering ideal for a romantic rendezvous or your next big celebratory dinner. Unique to Yum Yai Thai Kitchen is their selection of special dishes you won’t find anywhere else in Adelaide – a must for fans of Thai cuisine.
For a simple, affordable, aromatic and altogether-satisfying lunch in Adelaide’s Torrensville, many head straight to Yum Yai Thai Kitchen, a hotspot for fans of Thai and Southeast Asian food along Henley Beach Road. When noontide hunger hits, grab yourself a pad kra prao or pad nam prik pao, a cashew nut stir fry or a classic Thai curry (in your choice of colours – green or red). Add a Hahn Superdry or a James Boag’s beer for a few coins extra and you’re sorted. Until dinner.
Yum Yai Thai Kitchen’s major drawcard for those plumbing the depths of Adelaide’s Thai restaurant scene is undoubtedly its selection of signature dishes. The pad talay Thai puts a spin on the classic pad Thai with South Australian prawns and a secret blend of Southern flavours. The same ocean bounty makes it into the goong tong Thai, cooking prawns in Thai herbs, cashew nuts and tamarind sauce and serving the lot in a crispy fried basket (all edible!). Torrensville’s lucky to have Yum Yai Thai Kitchen at its service, and you could be counted among the elect too if you’d only go and book a table already.
Fantastic food with a relaxed atmosphere. The staff were really friendly & took the one to explain some dishes. Will definitely come back again for dinner.
Always a pleasant restaurant with good food. Good service. Good location. A good out side area heated if needed as well as in doors. Can recommend.
Fantastic food and service! We popped in for a quick dinner before a concert and after mentioning this to our waitress she made sure our meals were served promptly so we wouldn't be late.