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Published July 13th 2012
Thai food is very popular and if you love the authentic taste of Thai style food then you are in luck. There are lots of good Thai restaurants to choose from in the area but Where's the Best Thai Food in Perth?
Thai Corner Restaurant in Mt Pleasant is an award winning restaurant. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. The menu offers a large variety of dishes including many vegetarian options. There are plenty of spicy curries, noodles and satay dishes to choose from including Pa-neng, Choo Chee Prawns, Curry of the House and Chef's Specials.
Choo Chee Prawns from Thai Corner Restaurant
The Roxby Thai Café Restaurant in O'Connor is a very popular, casual eating place. The food is fantastic and reasonably priced, the atmosphere is warm and friendly and the service is great. The menu is varied and offers such favourites as Gaeng Panang and Pad Thai.
The Sala Thai Restaurant in Fremantle is internationally famous. The cuisine is traditional Thai style and the menu contains many curries and spicy dishes as well as stir-frys, soups, salads and desserts.
The award winning Dusit Thai Restaurant in Northbridge offers traditional Thai cuisine. The menu choices are varied plus you have the option of a la carte or banquet dining. . A real family favourite, this restaurant has been serving some of the best spicy Thai food since 1988.
S & T Thai in Northbridge for Thai and Asian Taste as its the real Thing and attracts ex patriate Thais and other Asian folk.
Souwanies Place in North Perth for the most fantastic Thai food appealing to non Thais as well as Thai Nationals - its out of this World. Tha soft shell crab is to die for .
not that hard to find best thai food, Chom Thai Cuisine Restaurant Kensington where the food does speak for it's self Jintana the owner chef makes all her own entree's & dishes. Authentic Bangkok style thai over 40 years experience, cooked fresh. Perth's best kept secret
If you want authentic Thai (what you find on the streets in Thailand) go to Asia House every second Sunday of the Month. Or the Buddhist Temple in Nollamara each Sunday morning in the park directly opposite. Thai women lovingly cook their best and favorite dishes for sale, including endless kaeng curries, sticky rice, larb salads, som tam (papaya salad) and my favorites - thai sausage and steamed fish custards.
My family eat frequently at Thai Corner. The fish in tamarind sauce is exquisite, as is the Chiang-Mai Dish. The service is fantastic. The restaurant owner - Jerry - is hilarious with his crazy shirts and even crazier laugh! It's well worth the journey south of the river.