Brisbane sports some seriously delicious cuisines from all over the world. We’ve shined the spotlight on the best American eats around town and now we’ve headed to the other side of the ocean to bring you the best Thai restaurants in Brisbane. If you didn’t already have dinner plans before reading the following information, we guarantee you’ll be making some impromptu reservations.
Longtime – Fortitude Valley
Relatively new but dearly loved, one of Brisbane’s best Thai restaurants is hands-down Longtime. Sporting relaxed vibes and a chef who previously worked for the Thai royal family makes for the perfect night out with pals indulging in all your Thai favourites. With literally everything on the menu claimed as their best dish and cocktails to match, you’re in for a good time at Longtime (sorry, I had to!)
My Thai Kitchen – Milton
Milton favourite, My Thai Kitchen, is an all rounder and a superstar in all things Thai. A menu that boasts fresh and flavorful Thai dishes, their cashew nut stir-fry is a major crowd pleaser. Accompanied by a cooking school, Asian supermarket and catering services. My Thai Kitchen really hits the nail on the head with opportunities to enjoy your favourite Thai anytime, anywhere.
Jai Thai – Toowong
Toowong’s hidden gem, Jai Thai, is a mix of Brisbane locals favourite things… traditional and street style Thai dishes served in a trendy, rustic interior. With an atmosphere that is so inviting you’ll almost forget you left home to eat out, it’s the perfect place to catch up with pals in one of Brisbane’s up and coming suburbs.
Facebook | 39 Sherwood, Toowong | Ph: 07 3870 8106 | Trading Hours: Lunch Monday – Friday 11:30am – 2:30pm, Dinner Monday – Sunday 5pm – 10pm *Website currently getting a facelift
Banana Leaf Thai Restaurant – East Brisbane
Banana Leaf lives up to it’s funky name with modern and trendy Thai dishes that pay homage to the classics. Locals are literally raving about the authentic flavors that shine through in every dish Banana Leaf puts forward and with takeaway options available it’s also perfect for a night in. The warm friendly environment is the perfect place to duck into after a busy day in the city or to treat yourself midday to a number of their lunch specials.
Wesbite | Shop 4/121, Wellington road, East Brisbane | Ph: 07 3392 1006 | Trading Hours: Lunch Tuesday – Friday, 11:00am – 2:00pm, Dinner Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday 5:00pm – 9:00pm, Sunday 5:00pm – 9:30pm
Thai Rose Café and Bar – Woolloongabba
Located right across from the Gabba, is Woollongabba’s very own Thai Rose. Showing off an impressive Thai inspired menu, hello delicious coconut prawns and banquets to suit group bookings, Thai Rose caters to everyone’s pallet and budget. Perfect place to grab a quick meal before the cricket or AFL.
Soi 9 Thai – West End
West End is no stranger to amazing, affordable food hubs so it’s no surprise Soi 9 calls this suburb home. If eating your favourtie Thai food at home in your comfy pants is more your scene, Soi 9 has perfected delivering the goods straight to your door all with the convenience of ordering online.
Website | Facebook | 65 Hardgrave Road, West End | Ph: 07 3846 5585 | Trading Hours: Lunch Monday – Friday, 11am – 2:30pm, Dinner Monday – Thursday 5:00pm – 9:30pm, Fridays 5:00pm – 10:00pm, Saturdays, 11:00am – 10:00pm, Sundays 11:00am – 9:30pm
Thai Wi-Rat – Chinatown Mall
Located in the hub of Fortitude Valley, Thai Wi-Rat lives proudly in Chinatown Mall. Sporting some of the cheapest yet delicious and most authentic Thai food in our city, this is a place that will please everyone’s taste buds and budgets.
Website | Facebook | 270 – 292 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley | Ph: 07 3257 0884 | Trading Hours: Lunch Monday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm, Dinner Monday – Thursday, 5pm – 9:30pm, Friday – Sunday 5pm – 10pm
Mons Ban Sabai – Camp Hill
Mons Ban Sabi boasts perfectly balanced Pad Thai and an impressive selection of curries. It’s the perfect place to indulge in some of Brisbane’s best Thai and enjoy drinks of your choice with BYO any day of the week. Why not pay a visit to their cooking school to learn the ins and outs of this delicious cuisine and then order some takeaway to enjoy all your hard work.
Thai Mali – Camp Hill
Thai Mali is one of Brisbane’s most authentic and accommodating Thai restaurants in our city. An environment suited for intimate and group dinner dates makes this Camp Hill local a favourite for all plus the majority of their delicious curries are available in a vegetarian options so it’s literally a win-win situation for lovers of Thai.
Siam Square – New Farm
Tucked away on Merthyr Road is local favourtie Siam Square. With salads and soups that are sure to exceed any and all expectations for dishes as such, they’ll have you suddenly rethinking your favourite Thai dishes. Get yourself down here STAT (STAT means now) to immerse yourself in Siam Square’s modern take on all time favourites – from their twist on Thai classics right down to the rustic meets modern atmosphere, this is the perfect place to tuck into for the evening.
Website | 888 Brunswick Street, New Farm | Ph: 07 3254 1884 | Trading Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Tarragindi Thai – Tarragindi
Crispy skin duck, Moreton Bay bug curry and mango with sticky rice are just some of the amazing Thai dishes that grace the menu at Tarragindi Thai. With a BYO policy this is the perfect place to bring the gang to together for dinner to enjoy in this gem of the Southside.
Siam – South Bank
Sitting pretty in the South Bank parklands is Thai favourite Siam. Siam’s cozy yet vibrant environment makes it easy to fall in love with as are their house specials such as Papaya Salad, Pad Char and Yellow Curry Stir Fry. The next time you’re looking for a unique experience, head to Siam and afterwards stroll along the river to gaze at the beauty that is Brisbane city.
Website | Facebook | 4b/15 Tribune Street, South Bank | Ph: 07 3846 0322 | Trading Hours: Brunch Thursday – Friday 11:30am – 2:00pm, Saturday – Sunday 7:30am – 11:00am, 11:30am – 2:00pm, Dinner Tuesday – Sunday 5:00pm – 10:00pm
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