A taste of Thailand in Gungahlin
*** We will be open for dinner on Mondays as from April 6, 2015 ***
Little Siam Gungahlin Restaurant
If you are wondering what to have for dinner tonight and want to experience some delightful Asian cuisine you should visit Little Siam Thai food restaurant which is located in the Gungahlin town centre.
The chef at Little Siam is Waree, she grew up in a restaurant family in Thailand and from a young age had a passion for cooking. She uses the freshest herbs and ingredients to bring to you authentic Thai cuisine each time you visit the Little Siam restaurant.
*** We will be open for dinner on Monday's as from April 6, 2015, ***
Lunch: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Special Thai Food Blackboard Menu
At Little Siam Gungahlin restaurant we have a special blackboard menu that allows you to sample dishes that are not always on our regular Thai food menu.
From eatability.com.au - Rated 9. "Friendly, efficient service, yummy food and good-sized servings. We enjoyed money bags, Thai fried rice (veg) and garlic & tamarind chicken. It was nice and quiet until a family with young children were seated amongst the quiet couples. The kids were yelling and the rude parents did nothing, not the restaurant's fault but it makes dining out unpleasant for everyone else. All 3 couples finished their meals quickly and left, we were considering trying dessert but decided to leave and buy ice cream on the way back to our hotel.
From eatability.com.au - "On the Canberra scene, this is really one of the better Thai restaurants around, especially since it has come under new management in late 2009. My wife and I spend most of our time in Chiang Mai and love exploring Thai food so I think I speak from a position of some knowledge of the subject. We have tried every Thai restaurant in Civic and on the North side, often a number of times over the years.
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A rating of 10 would be silly, but a rating of around 7 1/2 to 8 for the food is realistic for this very good quality Thai restaurant operating under Australian conditions. The deep fried snapper with green mango salad was particularly excellent. Some dishes could be improved by the addition of authentic Thai ingredients such as pea and apple eggplants and green peppercorns in the gaeng kiaw waan (green curry) dishes.
Overall, a very satisfactory restaurant experience on two occasions (groups of 2 and 5) and an excellent home delivery on one occasion for a group of seven. Highly recommended".
From eatability.com.au - "Excellent thai food. Very good services."
For Gungahlin restaurants think of Little Siam