Friday Five: Thai restaurants

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In this week’s Friday Five, we name our best Thai restaurants across the Penrith LGA…

5. Three Junction Thai (High St, Penrith)

Whether you’re dining in, getting take away or picking up, the delicious food at Three Junction Thai is always tasty.

Open with some satay chicken skewers (four for $10), then hit up one of their awesome curry dishes or the famous Pad Thai.

Like all good Thai restaurants, there’s a great lunch special here too – $11.00 each with a huge range of options.

4. Thai Square (Mulgoa, Erskine Park, Emu Plains)

Thai Square has several locations across the local area and certainly has a professional presentation given its multiple shopfronts.

The quality across all three local restaurants is consistent, and there’s a great range of food to choose from. The red duck curry here is superb!

Top it off with a fried ice cream and you’ll go home well and truly satisfied.

3. Aroy-D Thai (High St, Penrith)

A consistent high-rater, Aroy-D Thai wins on price, quality and service.

The peanut sauce here is amazing, so make sure it’s included in whatever you order.

Open with an unbeatable mixed entree and then try one of the delicious main courses, all in an authentic and comfortable atmosphere.

2. Siam Cuisine (High St, Penrith)

Pocketed away at the bottom of High Street in Penrith, this absolute gem is extremely popular.

You’ll find a few modern options here but all the traditional mainstay favourites are also in place.

Book to ensure you have no trouble getting a table. Your experience here should be outstanding. If it’s not, you’re hard to please.

1. Bai Bua Thai Restaurant (Woodriff St, Penrith)

When it comes to Thai, sometimes you just want a reliable old friend, and Bai Bua definitely delivers.

This Penrith mainstay has been around longer than most of us have lived here. It never fails to impress.

With quality and fast service, excellent food (try the coconut rice) and total reliability, Bai Bua is your #1 choice for Thai in Penrith.

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