September 15, 2005
They have recently opened up their upstairs to accommodate the ever steady stream of patrons and in summer they have tables outside. I suggest starting out with the chicken satay sticks. The peanut sauce is lovely and thick. Satays run about $5 for 4-5 sticks. For a main we always go with the pad Thai guy (chicken) and usually a fish curry dish. With the curries you get your choice of green (hot!), red (not too hot), or yellow (not so hot) curry and a choice of meat (or tofu).
The portions are huge, so it’s more than likely you'll have lunch for tomorrow. Prices are on the cheap side. Around $10 for a large plate. I recommend going in a group, ordering several dishes and passing those around to share. When split our individual bills have never been over $15. Thaila Thai is open Tuesday to Sunday after 5pm for dine-in and takeaway. They are so busy the rest of the year they can get away with being shut for most of Jan.
From journal Exploring Melbourne