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Thai Restaurants in Sydney

Thai Restaurants in Sydney - a grand tradition

Few cities outside Thailand offer such a tantalising range of Thai restaurants as Sydney. Its emigre Thaipopulation is second only to that of Los Angeles which means Sydneysiders have access to a complete spectrum of authentic flavours and cooking styles. What's more, a whole generation of Aussie chefs grew up with Thai food, and absorbed their culinary skills from the best. From the small canteens of ThaiTown to the grand sit-down eateries of Surry Hills, Sydney's Thai restaurants have it all. Avoid pavement pounding and queuing, let Quandoo be your guide. Then just turn up with appetite intact, ready to tuck in.

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Thai Pothong- Newtown

Newtown
Thai$$$$
5.6/6484

Bai Yok Modern Thai Cuisine

Castlecrag
Thai$$$$
5.6/684

Thai Nine

Mosman
Thai$$$$
5.5/659
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Restaurant Moon

Darlinghurst
Thai$$$$
4.9/626

Atom Thai

Newtown
Thai$$$$
5.3/635

Pron Prohm

North Strathfield
Thai$$$$
5.3/628

Absolute Thai Hornsby - William St

Hornsby
Thai$$$$
5.0/625

Dee Loft Thai

Dee Why
Thai$$$$
5.4/630

Mortar & Pestle Thai

Manly
Thai$$$$
4.8/616

Chilli Jam - Penrith

Penrith
Thai$$$$
4.8/625

Thai Naan

Chatswood
Thai
5.6/618

Monkey Thai Restaurant

Sylvania Waters
Thai
5.3/618

Nahm Thai on Georges

Georges Hall
Thai$$$$
5.8/611

Two Monsoons

Sydney CBD
Thai$$$$
6.0/63

Thai Rim Nam

Como
Thai$$$$
5.5/617

Twelve Spices Lao & Thai Cuisine

Canley Heights
Thai$$$$
5.8/66

Chilli Jam - Concord

Concord
Thai$$$$
4.7/617

Thai Palm

Crows Nest
Thai$$$$
5.5/614

Absolute Thai at the Inn

Hornsby
Thai$$$$
5.2/610

Thai by the Beach

Brighton-Le-Sands
Thai$$$$
5.0/617
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    Celebrate in style in Sydney's Thai restaurants

    One of the special pleasures of dining in one of Sydney's Thai restaurants is the communal eating style. A traditional Thai meal features appetisers, soup, salad, main course and dessert. However, unlike Western dining, these aren't eaten in order. Instead each dinner gets a place of steamed rice and the side dishes arrive when ready. It makes for great convivial group dining such as after-work splurges on pay-day, birthdays, family get togethers, or just impromptu feasts. Just make sure your table's ready and waiting by booking through Quandoo.
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    Thai restaurants around inner Sydney

    Inner Sydney with its Asia-centric Haymarket is a treasure trove for Thai food lovers. Local groceries stock heaps of colourful chillis and fragrant piles of herbs, ready for the woks and cooking pots of Sydney's Thairestaurants. A stone's throw from the CBD on Oxford Street lies Silom Soi Song, named after the legendary Bangkok dining and nightlife strip. It's a big draw for both denizens of Darlinghurst, and intrepid garstronauts who flock from further afield just to sample its tasty viands.
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    Thai restaurants in Sydney's Darling Harbour

    When you're in search of a great meal in Sydney, the Thai restaurants in Darling Harbour should be at the top of your list. Fun and food are the buzzwords of this vibrant region and the area's restaurants serve up oodles of both. After a hard day working or sightseeing, drift over to this picturesque area for some spicy fare while soaking in the waterside atmosphere. Browse the menus and reviews at Quandoo, and book online free for a relaxed evening out.
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    Thai restaurants in Sydney suburbs

    You won't find a Sydney suburb without a Thai restaurant or several, with Surry Hills, Neutral Bay and Randwick being especially well-endowed. If you're visiting Newtown, home to the University of Sydney, don't miss Thai Potong. Long one of Sydney's most popular Thai restaurants, this central eatery's been satisfying Siamese food buffs since 1996. Thai Potong can handle up to 400 hungry diners so is ideal for those fun get-togethers with friends, colleagues and family.
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    Go gourmet with Thai restaurants in Sydney

    For a top class night out when you're trying to impress a customer, business partner or new girlfriend, try the royal Thai cuisine offered at Sydney's best Thai restaurants. A combination of sumptuous setting, impeccable service and superb food makes for a quality night out. A typical menu would start with a spicy and fragrant Tom Yum soup. Containing shrimps or mixed seafood, its steaming lemongrass scent gets the juices flowing. Next up is a green curry with chicken. While chefs are generous with the chillis and spicy paste, the taste is mellow owing to the coconut milk base which also adds a delicious sweet tang to the overall flavour. Top it off with a dessert such as bananas in coconut milk or mango and sticky rice for a real night to remember.
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    Isaan favourites

    Drawing inspiration from neighbouring Laos, Northeastern Thai (Isaan) food packs a mega punch of spicy and sour flavours. And unlike regular Siamese dishes, they don't add coconut milk to soften the flavour. Favourites include meats drenched in chilli sauces, and blistering salads with raw chillies, garlic and lime juice. Served with soothing raw vegetables and sticky rice, it makes the perfect finger food to accompany a few glasses of whiskey or rum, or a can of Aussie beer. Another Isaan staple is gai yang, marinated chicken grilled over a charcoal stove.
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    Spice up your life at Sydney's great Thai restaurants

    Whether you work in the inner city or the suburbs or are on holiday in Sydney, Thai restaurants offer you a spicy, piquant and intriguing dining option for lunch or dinner. If you love the food of Thailand, you'll never go hungry in Sydney. In fact your main problem will be choosing the right restaurant and making sure they have a table. Just let Quandoo take care of both issues. We select the very best Thai restaurants Sydney has to offer and let you book your table on your computer or mobile device. What could be easier?