at East Auckland
Thus reads a celebrated stone inscription credited to King Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai, the first independent Thai Kingdom, founded in the early 13th century. The central plains of Thailand, watered by the Chao Phraya River, form one of the richest rice-growing regions on earth. As the only country in Southeast Asia never to be colonised, Thailand was able to develop strong culinary traditions. Thai food combines the best of several Eastern cuisines: the oriental bite of Szechuan Chinese, the tropical flavour of Malaysian, the creamy coconut sauces of Southern Indian and the aromatic spices of Arabian food.
We hope to see you here soon
Hours of Operation
Monday closed unless there is a prior arrangement
5.30pm to late
333 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany, Auckland 2013