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  • Tasting Platter
    $10.90
  • Potato Prawn
    $10.90
  • Pla Goong
    $10.90
  • Salt and Pepper Squid
    $9.90
  • Satay Skewer
    $9.90
  • Crab Claw
    $9.90
  • Curry Puff
    $8.90
  • Spring Roll
    $8.90
  • Kanom Jeeb
    $8.90
  • Chicken Wing
    $8.90
  • Crispy Soft Shell Crab
    $21.90
  • Yellow Curry Lamb Cutlet
    $20.90
  • Fig Lamb
    $20.90
  • Pad Char Seafood
    $19.90
  • Three Kings
    $19.90
  • Mango and Macadamia Chicken
    $19.90
  • Coconut Lime Prawn
    $19.90
  • Kra Pow Roasted Duck
    $19.90
  • Krapong Tod
    $29.90
  • Exotic Seafood
    $22.90
  • Choo Chee Seafood
    $21.90
  • Cashew Nut and Chilli Jam
    $15.90
  • Lemongrass Spice
    $15.90
  • Sweet and Sour
    $15.90
  • Ginger Sauce
    $15.90
  • Garlic and Pepper
    $15.90
  • Chilli Basil
    $15.90
  • Oyster Sauce
    $15.90
  • Satay Lover
    $15.90
  • Thai Fried Rice
    $15.90
  • Hokkien Noodle
    $15.90
  • Cashew Nut Noodles
    $15.90
  • Pad Kee Mao
    $15.90
  • Pad See Ew
    $15.90
  • Pad Thai
    $15.90
  • Plain Egg Fried Rice
    $10.00
  • Chilli Basil Fried Rice
    $15.90
  • Satay Noodles
    $15.90
  • Steamed Jasmine Rice
    $3.50
  • Coconut Rice
    $4.50
  • Roti
    $3.00
  • Tom Kha
    $8.00
  • Tom Yum
    $8.00
  • Ginger Beer
    $3.00
  • Sparkling Mineral Water
    $3.00
  • Spring Water
    $2.50
  • Soft Drink - Can
    $2.50

 

 

#1 Thai Takeaway Rouse Hill

What most of us think of as “Thai food” is better conceived as several regional cuisines that share common ingredients and techniques. We’re lucky – Rouse Hill is one of the places in NSW where you can experience the Thai food dishes distinctly.

Take a trip to Red Galangal to find Thai food dishes such as Kaeng khiao wan (green curry) and tom yum (hot and sour soup) from the country’s fertile heart, in and around Bangkok. Also easy to find: the grilled meats and eye-watering som tam salad (chilli, papaya, tomatoes, and snake beans) endemic to Isan in the northeast.

The cooler north is more about roots and herbs, sticky rice, and dishes such as naem maw, a raw, fermented pork sausage. In the south, where Thailand’s Muslim population is most concentrated, Malay, Indian, and Chinese cuisine are all influences. The climate also brings pineapples, cashews, and plenty of seafood into play.

If you are thinking to experience the best dining in or Thai takeaway in Rouse Hill NSW, then a visit to the Red Galangal is a must.