Doytao Thai Highlights
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Iso Lunch Meals
Doytao Drummoyne is relocated.
Serving Thai food
In Sydney Since 1996
Doytao Thai restaurant is family-owned, so the quality of Thai food and service remains of a high standard. Through the years, Doytao Thai Restaurant, Sydney’s philosophy remains the same: to provide fresh and authentic Thai food in a relaxed and down-to-earth atmosphere with fast and friendly service. The smiles and hospitality accompany your meals that are known for in Thailand. Most dishes on the menu can be altered to suit your individual tastebuds.
Your trip to Doytao Thai Restaurants Sydney will guarantee you service that is always efficient with the smiles and hospitality that Thailand is known for. Most dishes on the menu can be altered to suit your tastebuds.
Healthy Thai food in the Sydney
Doytao Thai restaurant has served fresh, flavourful, and healthy Thai food in the Sydney area for over 20 years. Blending their culinary instincts with recipes from the streets of Thailand, the highly qualified Chefs at Doytao Thai restaurant have created a menu to offer the most exquisite authentic Thai dishes outside of Thailand.
Doytao Thai Restaurant Sydney Branches
Opening our doors in 1996, our devotion from our loyal customers has enabled us to grow. We currently have six branches around Sydney and become a benchmark for Thai food for Sydneysiders.
FAQ about Thai Food
Thai food has been influenced by many nations, from Chinese, Indian, Szechwan to Portuguese, and the Dutch coupled into something uniquely Thai. What does Thai food consist of, you ask? The dishes may vary from region to region. But a typical Thai dinner would consist of rice (boiled or sticky), a meat dish (fish or pork), water-base Thai curry, and chili paste with some vegetables on the side.
Thai cuisine has a wide variety of herbs and spices consisting of five primary flavors, sour, sweet, salty, spicy, and creamy. One dish could have two or more characteristics that perfectly balanced together.
- Sour: Tamarind, lime, kaffir lime leaves, and lemongrass.
- Sweet: White and brown sugar, palm, and coconut sugars.
- Salty: Sea salt, soy sauce, and fish sauce.
- Spicy: Black pepper, Red and green from Bird’s eyes chilies.
- Creamy: Coconut milk, corn, and Thai eggplants.
Well, it depends on what you order, while some Thai food can be incredibly healthy, others contain more calories. Thai food contains fresh herbs, coconut milk, and spices are known to boost your immune system and fight off decease, for example, dishes like Tom Yum Goong, Kaeng Liang (Thai vegetable, herb soup), and Papaya Salad.
When it is your first time ordering Thai food in a restaurant, we would recommend you to start with the milder dishes.
Pad Thai Noodles, Pad See Eew Noodles, Tom Kha Gai (Coconut Chicken Soup), Fried Rice. Slowly work your way up to Tom Yum Goong(Sour Prawn Soup), Panaeng, Pad Krapao (Hot Basil Stir-Fry), and the Larb (Chicken or Beef Salad).