The new venture from the people behind Spice I Am. Taking over the space next to the Triple Ace Bar in Surry Hills House Thai offers the perfect bar food - tasty and spicy. Not your average Thai restaurant they offer up traditional north-eastern dishes - salads, soups, grills and dried - all packing a spicy punch.
- Outdoor Seating
- Beer Garden
Not a lot of people know this, but House at Surry Hills is sort of the quiet big sister of the famous Spice I Am a few steps away across the block. I say big sister because compared to Spice I Am, the restaurant has very large dining areas, with quiet and intimate indoor seats and even more outdoor and terrace seats perfect to when you want to enjoy the sun during lunch breaks. Then there are staffs at are a little friendlier than ones you deal with at Spice I Am. My friend and Iread more
I don't think the food is as good. However for $10, the various Thai options for lunch are great, plenty of variety, and its quite tasty. The service was quick and polite. I've been here for dinner too, and if you dining here you must try the dessert - its the bomb. *Cash only
The worst customer service experience I had. The food was terrible, the curry wasn't even cooked properly. Not concerned about food being bad but they are putting the whole experience of Thai food down for someone who is eating first time. I have Thai food all my life but thi place is the worst. Time and money waste.
It's what's different about this place that makes it special. If you're coming looking for a Pad Thai or Char Siu noodle or similar, you're fresh outta luck. North Thai "Street Food". It feels pretty different to what we're used to in Australia from Thai restaurants. And I for one, am glad for it. Be bold, be adventurous. Try something new. Last night I had deep fried marinated beef with Jim-Jaew dipping sauce, Gai Yang (yummy succulent grilled chicken), Jack Fruit salad & a salted fishread more