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Le Bangkok Thai Restaurant

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by Marie Sab Sab (subscribe)
Not a pro writer but main goal is to travel from West to East of Melbourne and share my experience! "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and leaky tire".
Published September 27th 2011
Looking for Thai food in the heart of Melbourne CBD?

Located on 195 Lonsdale Street, Le Bangkok is a restaurant which I highly recommend. The presentation and the taste of the food will not let you down.

My friends and I ordered four entrées and four mains and all of them were just perfect; each dish was perfectly prepared and very satisfying.

Menu highlights included Tom Yum (seafood hot and sour soup noodle) which was made with classic sauces and the Pad Thai (Thai fried noodle - you can choose from chicken or prawn) was just simply nice.

Please see their website for more details regarding the menu and location, you can even place an order online (make sure to note the delivery times/areas).

You have to try the place to judge it yourself.

One of the Thai entrée dishes

Pad Thai
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Why? Awesome Thai dishes
When: Open 7 days
Where: 195 Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
Cost: Main meal prices range from $17 to $35
I visited your hotel for three dinners from Jan 30th to Feb 1st.

The orders were not taken properly and the reservation is conveyed properly to us. The staff could not communicate in proper english. The table setup and the serving plates with spoon for the dishes are not there. Every time we need to use the spoon from the dining.

The Ambiance needs a lot of improvisation and the menu needs more options. The meats and chicken tasted frozen and it did not blend with curries which we ordered. Particularly the green curry was terrible.Nothing had vegetables what you have mentioned in the menu.

Fried fish with Sweet Chilli sauce and the coconut milk ice cream was the best but needs more effort to make it. The ice cream was not soft and it was breaking.
By Anonymous
Wednesday, 13th of February @ 11:42 pm
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