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Eleanor Knight4 years ago

Get into the spirit & celebrate everything Thai in Newcastle

It may be a third of the way through the Gregorian calendar, but the Thai new year is only just beginning. Whether you've travelled your way through Thailand and were amazed by everything it had to offer, or are just simply a lover of Thai cuisine on a lazy weekday evening, let us help you bring the Thai new year in with some of the best oriental food and services that this fantastic city has to offer. Spoil yourself with an indulgent and traditional massage to awaken your tired muscles or treat the family and bring a little bit of Thai cuisine back to your suburban home to enjoy at the dinner table. Happy Thai new year everyone!

Aura Thai Massage & Day Spa

Experience a little bit of oriental magic this afternoon and pay a visit to Aura Thai Massage and Day Spa. Specialising in various traditional forms of massage, this tranquil location will make you feel relaxed and comfortable before, during and after your treatment. Whether you’re after a full body massage to fully unwind or have a certain area which is giving you grief, let the professional and friendly team at Aura Thai Massage and Day Spa pamper and indulge you this Thai new year. Swing by their central location or give them a call today.
Where: 3 Newcomen Street, Newcastle, NSW, 2300

Rowies Liquor

With most Thai restaurants in the area working on a BYO basis, be sure to swing by Rowies Liquor before you indulge in your favourite dish. Whether you have a favourite go-to bottle which compliments perfectly, or fancy a couple of light beers to wash down the spice of a green curry, Rowies Liquor have a large selection which is able to serve your every request. If you’re feeling in the celebratory mood, why not grab a bottle of traditional rice wine to bring in the Thai new year.
Where: 55 Hunters Street, Newcastle, NSW, 2300

Chat Chai Thai Cuisine

Celebrate the Thai new year in style this evening with a bunch of tasty dishes from Chat Chai Thai Cuisine. Named after the chef himself, this awesome Thai gem is home to some of the most delicious oriental food in the area. Sporting an indulgent menu of authentic thai cuisine, this Darby Street location is the ideal place to celebrate this evening with your closest friends and family. Take your favourite bottle along and dive into a traditional Thai green curry with coconut rice to awaken your tastebuds. If you fancy something special, be sure to order Chef Chat Chai’s famous Hor Mok Pla seasoned curry fish cooked in a banana leaf to really taste the flavours of Thailand.
Where: 88 Darby Street (upstairs), Cooks Hill, NSW, 2300

Mon’s on Darby Thai

The oldest Thai establishment in Newcastle, head to Mon’s on Darby Thai if you’re after an expertly crafted meal. Open for dinner, this location is the ideal spot to enjoy your favourite dish of oriental cuisine this Thai New Year. With a large selection of both meaty classics and vegetarian favourites, Mon’s on Darby Thai is the perfect restaurant for all diets, regardless of how picky you are. Fully licensed, this unique Thai is BYO, so remember to stock up on your favourite beverages from the bottleshop beforehand. Be sure to check out the special board before you order off the menu to see what other fantastic, authentic dishes are available from the kitchen. Relax in their inviting and friendly location or grab a takeaway to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.
Where: 150 Darby Street, Cooks Hill, NSW, 2300

Are you celebrating the Thai new year in Newcastle this evening? Let us know where you’ll be heading to enjoy a delicious and authentic meal! 

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