Only the freshest
Doytao Thai Restaurants offers a huge selection of authentic Thai food for every tastebud. Using the freshest ingredients and vegetables, combined with technique and knowledge of Thai food from our highly skilled chefs, we offer you a menu that will transport you straight to Thailand. From curries to stir-fry, salads to seafood, our extensive selection of Thai food can be enjoyed by everyone.
Good Thai Food
Doytao Thai Restaurant Sydney serves pocket-friendly Thai food in a relaxed, casual surroundings. Laid-back in style, yet warm in spirit, the diversity of Doytao’s clients add to colourful and relaxed atmosphere.
The walls are filled with works of art that you can buy. The mood is friendly with an eclectic crowd and the taste buds are aroused by the aroma of Thai food that fills the air as you walk in.
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Thai Food FAQ's
For Thais, nothing is more popular than “Krapow Moo” Stir fry basil with pork. This is the go-to food when Thais don’t want to decide what to order but have a guarantee that it won’t disappoint. For non-Thais, the most popular dishes are listed below.
- Tom Yum Goong (Spicy Shrimp Soup),
- Gaeng Keow Wan Gai (Green Chicken Curry),
- Tom Kha Gai (Chicken in Coconut Soup)
- Som Tam (Spicy Green Papaya Salad)
- Pad Thai (Stir-Fried Noodles)
Thai cuisines took inspiration from migrated Chinese in 1351. Dishes such as Joke (rice porridge), Khao Kha Moo (stewed pork with rice), Kuay Tiaw (rice noodles) and Khao Man Gai (Hainanese chicken rice) to name a few. Although some of the Thai food has been influenced by the Chinese, Thai food has a distinctly different taste. Thai food uses more herbs and spices, making the food very aromatic, herby and, at times, very spicy.
While there is no official lunchtime menu in Thailand as they could eat the similar meal with rice during lunch or dinner. There are a few types of meals the majority of Thai people eat during lunch.
- Kuay Tiaw (rice noodles), quick satisfaction. Sold mostly in street stalls that come in many varieties and of stock, topping, and type of noodles.
- Thai Suki (hot pot), for social gathering. Taken inspiration from the Japanese Sukiyaki but with its own Thai unique twist. People can choose what type of stock, vegetables, noodles, dumplings, and dipping sauce.
- Khao Kaeng (rice and curry shop), Thai fast food stores. People can choose out of the wide selection of prepared menus to be poured on rice or place in a separate small bowl.
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We have a wide selection of authentic classic Thai dishes and unique menus only available at Doytao Thai Restaurant, Sydney. Click to start ordering now.