Delicious food, excellent value, nice atmosphere, good service. Certainly will eat here again. We booked for 6pm, but the booking wasn't necessary. Got busier as we were leaving.
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I often pass by Kukthai in the morning and see people collecting their takeaway coffee. From the front you can see they have cakes and juices, however it is not so obvious that there is a modern little restaurant at the back. Friends from Paddington...More
Thai food in Sydney can be hit and miss, this place is great though! I was surprised at how tasty is was, definitely worth a try if you are in the area, won't disappoint. Chill and Basil stir fry is delicious!
We regularly go here and eat in the little Thai restaurant or take home a pad Thai or wonton noodle soup. It is clean, friendly place, featuring all the regular Thai dishes as well well as freshly made sandwiches and rolls and take away coffee....More
This small restaurant has some of the best Thai food in Sydney, at very reasonable prices. There aren't many tables, so reserving a table is advisable, because it gets busy. Staff are friendly and service is fast. I'll definitely come again for either a sit-down...More
We were told about this place by our lovely hotel concierge at the Hughenden Boutique Hotel. He said that it didn't have much seating, so we went early as we were on New Zealand time anyway. At 5:00, there was no one sitting down, so...More
Couldn't be bothered cooking dinner? Go to Kukthai. Daughter wants a yummy mango smoothie? Go to Kukthai. Want some duck pancakes or rice paper rolls for lunch? Go to Kukthai? Want takeaway? Go to Kukthai. Want to sit down and eat? Go to Kukthai. Want...More
The fact that this restaurant doesn't have 3 Michelin stars is beyond me. There is a food or delicious beverage for every mood, occasion and time of day. Feeling hung? How bout a bacon and egg roll. Feeling like you want a breakfast but too...More
Tasty various meals, small quantities and for what you get I think they are expensive. The time it took for delivery was outrageous.