There are plenty of decent Thai restaurants in Brisbane, but for sheer innovative design, Thai Mali is a front-runner. The decor will either be ... More
There are plenty of decent Thai restaurants in Brisbane, but for sheer innovative design, Thai Mali is a front-runner. The decor will either be loathed or loved, as bright purple walls, green chairs and elephant ornaments dominate. The interior is quite large, so takeaway is only for those rushed for time. The menu is naturally Thai based with plenty of seafood, vegetarian and noodle dishes available. Some menu items include Pad Thai (noodles with vegetables) for AUD9 or Ped Yang (roast duck) for AUD14.90.
The flavours are delicious, and the price is good. There's never an off note with the delicious red curry or the sweet and more-ish pad thai. (The only thing we always have an issue with is that they put too much tofu in the vegie dishes!)
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