Sukhothai, Northcote

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MELBOURNE | Sukhothai Northcote is an institution in this part of town, and has been serving up a an assortment of Thai dishes since 1989. It’s survived the ever evolving Melbourne dining scene and made its way through an array of food trends for one very simple reason – the food and service are good. The focus is on on lightly-prepared dishes with strong aromatic components spanning the diversity of food that is found across Thailand. As much as possible is made from scratch on site using locally sourced ingredients. The ambiance is casual and conducive to conversation – low lighting and background music that’s not overpowering.

The menu is quite extensive and contains all of the classic Thai dishes that one expects to find on a Thai menu along with a few surprises. When we visited we were particularly impressed by the Gang Pedjar – barbecued roast duck in red curry with lychees, grapes, basil, tomato and capsicum. A very fragrant curry with a brilliant interplay between the sweet and savoury components. We were also wowed by one of the specials of the day, the Crispy Pork which contained some nicely spiced and hot pork sausages balanced out by ginger and pickled vegetables.

Sukhothai isn’t the place you go to if you want the latest hotspot or cutting edge cooking. It’s where you go if you want good, simple, honest Thai food served with a smile. The majority of the menu is also available to take away.

Sukhothai

490 High Street
Northcote 3070
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9489 5551
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.sukhothai.com.au/

Open
Mon – Sun: 5:00pm to late

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