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The absolute best Thai food - If you don't want to wait get there before 5pm ;o), They are also open during the day.
This Thai diner has a cool but unfussy vibe. The menu is mostly sharable and you can order wine by the carafe from the 'Wine Guy'. Crispy school prawns and suckling pig pancakes make great lazy afternoon drinking food. The air zings with spices and buzzes with conversation. Look out for fun touches…
A favourite Thai restaurant, super popular and expect long queues and waiting times to get in. While you wait you can always visit the bar downstairs. Tip: eat something before going as you may have to wait a while to get in!
An absolute must-visit in Melbourne. There’s a reason the queue has been out the door for years now!
An institution, you have to eat here at least once, it's a great vibe. Have a drink downstairs while you wait
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