Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Mount Waverley including Mango Tree, Great Eastern Hakka Restaurant, Upali's, Shiranui, The Grand Tofu, Rose of Thailand, Sweet Tamarind, Paradise Road, Siam Village Thai Restaurant, Laksa King
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4 based on 64 reviews
I, along with 13 other people, had a very nice meal at this restaurant.The entree was excellent as were the dishes that were served up for the main meals, which consisted of duck meal, a seafood meal and a couple of vegetarian meals.The taste was excellent along with the service.We all felt that we were treated like we were special even though the restaurant was packed.We have been back several times to this restaurant and will continue to patronage this restaurant in the future.As they say, when you are on a good thing, stick to it.
4 based on 59 reviews
Siam Village is a family run Thai restaurant. We emphasise fresh foods and use ingredients from our own locally grown herb garden. We are a full service restaurant that seats over 80 people. The upstairs VIP room can seat up to 30 for private bookings. We
I donât really like Thai, but when your with a group you try to go with the flow. We shared a range of dishes, each one freshly cooked with a good amount of veges and meat. The calamari was a highlight as was the pork hot plate. Serves of rice and roti were a little small but the data sauce that came with the bread was outstanding. I came away wondering why I donât like Thai when all we ate at Siam Village was good
4 based on 77 reviews
The oysters in NamJim were nice and cold and plump, I prefer them without the dried onions on top but still delicious!The steamed Barramundi was cooked perfectly very delicious. The chicken green curry was full of flavour with tender chicken, accompanied with steamed jasmine rice!The decor is very modern Thai with outdoor seating also. The staff were friendly and professional! Definitely recommend!
4 based on 66 reviews
We've been coming here for a long time and have always had a great time. The food is fantastic, and a refreshing change from the run-of-the-mill suburban Thai restaurants that dot our area. However we had our first bad experience recently. An overseas guest was allergic to nuts and sesame and we were assured they would not put any of those in our dishes. Sure enough, every single dish came out covered in peanuts, cashews and sesame. To their credit, the restaurant cooked every dish again for us, but this could have easily been avoided.
4 based on 64 reviews
We have been eating at this restaurant for over ten years and have always found the food to fresh and full of flavor. Staff are both attentive and friendly. Can't complain about anything really and would recommend for every occasion from a quiet dinner to a feast with lots of friends. They cater for all tastes - and will turn heat up or down on the curries.
4 based on 102 reviews
Came here for lunch and was not disappointed. Had the fried beef noodles, portion was value for money. You cannot go wrong with this place, except for the sitting arrangement, table are too close to each other and also small for two main dish and a side dish.
4 based on 125 reviews
We came based on recommendations of a few friends. Small establishments with friendly staff and service was really quick. Food quality is very good and everyone loved it. Favorite item of the night was the yakiniku beef where we had 3 servings. Will certainly look forward to return again for more.
4 based on 83 reviews
Seven of us had dinner in this Sri Lanka Restaurant in Melbourne suburb last week. We ordered different varieties of traditional Sri Lankan food. Hoppers, Roti, kottu rotti, fish curry and goat curry. All the dishes were delicious and authentic. Portions were large, enough for 2 persons. We can definitely recommend this restaurant if you like Sri Lankan authentic food.
4 based on 67 reviews
TIP. Restaurant is on Stephensons Road. Large car park at rear, with rear pedestrian entrance into restaurant.Smart looking table cloths. Two of us sat in a 4 person booth - nice, comfy, roomy seating. Long tables are available for small groups.At 6pm on this Saturday there were plenty of spare seats.TIP. BYO wine is permitted, but $7 per bottle corkage. The in-house wines are reasonably priced, so leave the BYO at home. Wines available by the glass. Beers available. Food is Hakka style (region in SE China) with Swedish influence.The #5 Hakka Fried Prawns with Steve's spicy Hakka dipping sauce were a delicious entree, and the Masala (spicy) Fish main course (pictured) was absolutely scrumptious - so full of spicy flavours - with Egg Rice side dish. And the Swedish Cake w ice cream for dessert was really good also.We'll have to go back again.
4 based on 96 reviews
Judging by the reviews, we must have dined on a bit of an off night. The decor is very nice; parking plentiful; the restaurant was clean; and staff a little slow to take our order initially, but the meals rolled on in good time. The food was the let down on this occasion. Mixed entree was a nice start, although the fish pattie was limp and a bit oily. The main of Porterhouse steak was written to arrive on a sizzling plate, as we see countless times in a Chinese restaurant, but it was not sizzling. The steak was a bit chewy, served blue, which we dont mind at all, but somewhat a let down. The Chicken Curry was average, certainly edible, but not a "wow" sauce that we were looking for. Roti bread was poor, in my opinion. Thin and oily. We all have off nights, perhaps it was just us, and I do admit that we tend to dine at city Thai restaurants, so perhaps we are just used to a slightly higher calibre of Thai, and maybe this comparison is unfair.
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