Prepared on the premises with our own recipes. Intended as snacks, side dishes or entrées, mix and match to suit your tastes.
Served to accompany every meal in Thailand, these fragrant soups are great as an entrée, to make up a meal or on their own.
The first asian style dishes to be introduced into Australia. In Thailand, stir fries are available everywhere, from street vendors, glamorous restaurants or as a quick and easy meal at home. They are fresh, tasty and very more-ish!
Curries are the staple meal in Thailand and Laos, and there’s always at least a green curry or massaman curry served at any dinner party. Whichever you choose, have it with rice and enjoy!
Warm salads form a whole genre of SE Asian cooking and are especially typical of Lao cuisine. The salads blend herbs vegetables meat and spices into delightful many textured dishes. They're fresh and delicious eaten by themselves or with sticky rice.
In Thailand noodles are eaten daily. They say that the way to judge a good Thai eatery is to try their Pad Thai. If it’s tasty, fragrant and you can’t stop eating it, you’re onto a winner!
Lylah has developed and introduced some unique dishes to the dining public in Melbourne. Some are based on classics from Thailand and Laos, others are straight from her creativity in the kitchen. Enjoy!
Asian cuisine isn’t complete without rice, roti or sauces. Have them with your main meals or with each other as a tasty snack.
This chilli paste is indigenous to the ancient city of Luang Prabang.