Discover some of Sydney’s best Thai dining
If the idea of ordering Thai food is a serving of Pad Thai, a lashing of Pad See Ew, and perhaps a portion of Cashew Chicken Stir-Fry, then the time has come to take a Taste Tour of Haymarket, and discover Sydney’s very own Thaitown.
Your tastebuds might not forgive you if you don’t experience some of the best Thai food this side of Bangkok.
This two-hour adventure around the southern end of Pitt Street and surrounding avenues is made easy with a friendly expert guide to answer all your questions.
Your guide will take you to a hand-full of the personally selected local eateries, and ensure your bellies are full with menu-choices usually reserved for locals only.
Just a short walk from Central Station, Thaitown is one of Sydney’s best kept secrets, and in the evenings it is a bustling destination with plenty of great street food, live bands and fantastic food.
Your guide will ensure you are treated to the very best in local cuisine. Tastings on the evening may include spicy boat noodles, iced fruit shakes, dried beef, pawpaw salad with sticky rice, and colourful Thai sweets.
Stopping in and out of the various restaurants, the guide will show you where to buy the best Thai groceries, and will share stories with you while introducing you to the locals who live and work in this fantastic community.
This Thaitown tour will change how you see Thai food, and give you a taste of flavours above and beyond your expectations.
Taste Tours also operate a Food Faith Feast Tour in Bonnyrigg, a Cabramatta Delights Tour, an Indian Street Food tour in Harris Park, Asian Tasting Tour in Chinatown, Hong Kong Street Food tour in Eastwood, and an Arabic Adventure in Greenacre.
Or if Bangladeshi food is more up your alley then there’s a tour in Lakemba, and also a popular World Explorer tour in Bankstown.
Lisa Herbertson and her friend experienced the Thai Town Taste, which costs $55 per person and runs fortnightly on Wednesdays
By Lisa Herbertson
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