Best Thai restaurants nearby. Discover the best Thai food in Rangiora. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Thai restaurants near you.. Rangiora is the largest town and seat of the Waimakariri District, in Canterbury, New Zealand. It is 29 kilometres (18 mi) north of Christchurch, and is considered a satellite town of the city. With a population of 18,100 (June 2017), Rangiora is the 25th largest urban area in New Zealand, and the fourth-largest in the Canterbury region (behind Christchurch, Timaru and Ashburton).
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4 based on 136 reviews
Nice flavors in the Phad Thai. Fried rice was just ok.The chef special of lemon honey chicken was very disappointing, although the flavor was ok, there was nothing "special" about it... And the portion size was terrible. Half the container was chopped up iceberg lettuce. Definitely not what you would expect from one of their more expensive dishes.
4 based on 62 reviews
Shouted this for our friends - 4 adults and a couple of kids ... cost over $130. Unreal. Food was nice/ great ... but way too pricey for this community I felt?Might be a nice couple escape when youâve got more than average to spend on Asian cuisine.
We are new to the area and still discovering all the good food places. Safe to say this place is one of them!! Really delicious, fresh tasting food. The curry puffs and chicken cashew was really tasty. This will definitely become a regular dining spot for us.
Authentic Thai Cuisine with fine dining.
A relatively new restaurant in an out-of-the-way suburb location but well worth finding it. The service is genuinely friendly, helpful and efficient; good sized tables and comfortable seating. The wine list is adequate and "by the glass" generous pourings and good value.The menu contains a comprehensive variety of dishes to suit all tastes; top end of the price range for a Thai restaurant but good value meals in terms of quantity and quality. No duck the night we were there but the deep fried fish fillet more than compensated for that ! We will definitely be returning.
We have ordered take-away from this restaurant on several occasions now (mainly because there isn't much choice in Rangiora). The food is reasonably tasty, but often tastes a bit greasy. It doesn't seem to matter much which option you choose, as they all taste very similar. 'Crispy' spring rolls were actually quite soggy and the food is over-priced for that level of quality. I can't help comparing this restaurant to a Thai restaurant I ate in a few months ago in Thames, which had beautifully fresh food, a nice setting and friendly staff. The staff in the Rangiora restaurant are always a little off-hand and not very welcoming. We won't be going back.
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