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Thai Experience Wake up your taste buds here at Saowanee's Place, with the balanced flavours of Thailand --fiery peppers, tart green papayas and creamy coconut milk. ()OUR AIM To provide you with an experience of "real" Thai food with consistency in flavour and topped with traditional Thai hospitality and noteworthy service. Our enjoyment is your enjoyment, to making your every visit here a memorable and satisfying occasion. We use only the freshest ingredients, meats, vegetables and spices, cooking them with our traditional methods and blend in, most importantly, an attitude of love, caring and tenderness. (22 Sep 2007)ENJOY Allow us to serve you, relax and enjoy! Thank you for your patronage. Saowanee, Robert & Family (Staff). (22 Sep 2007)
The multi award winning Dusit Thai has been offering authentic and traditional Thai cuisine in Perth, Western Australia since 1988. Dusit Thai restaurant is set in an elegant architecturally designed Thai dining atmosphere.Our aim is to provide guests with an extensive selection of the finest dishes from Thailand, prepared just as they were meant to be enjoyed.To both our beloved regular customers and to those new to Dusit Thai, we hope that you will enjoy your time dining with us.
Lanna offers the finest quality Thai soup, curry, stir fry, salad, noodle and rice dishes, and more. We have a great range of vegetarian options, and we cater for all tastes from mild to spicy to very hot.Our restaurant is a local, family-owned business in Subiaco. We use only the freshest ingredients and authentic Thai recipes.The Thai name Lanna means “Land of a Million Rice Fields.” It is also the name of an ancient kingdom that once held sway in what is now Northern Thailand. Chiang Mai was the heart of the kingdom, which reached from Sipsonagpanna in the North to Tak in the South, and from the Mekong River in the East to the Salween River in the West.
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