About Ayuthaya

Thai Ayuthaya Restaurant at Chermside was established 

in 1996 by Paul (Peerapol Dechphant) and is located in "Chermside place" in the heart of Chermside.

 

The restaurant's name was inspired by a former capital of Thailand, although at that time, the country was known as Siam. The historic city of Ayuthaya was well known in the 16th and 17th centuries by both the European powers and by China and Japan, and acted as a crossroad between

East and West. 

Thailand is a fascinating country to visit. Its culture and cuisine are very different from that of the West. Thai dishes combine the contrasting tastes of sweet, sour and salty, in such a balanced way that results in delicious food. Herbs, vegetables and spices are combined in such a way as to make the food not only delicious but also healthy.
 

Thai Ayuthaya Restaurant serves superlative and authentic

Thai cuisine. The restaurant has gained a widespread reputation and has a strong following of loyal customers.

 

A visitor to our restaurant will experience not only the delicious taste of authentic Thai cuisine but also the gentle and professional service steeped in traditional thai manner, with our staff joining the palms of their hands together in a prayer like fashion. This gesture is called a "Wai". Our staff will also greet you with the traditional words, "Sawaddee", which means best wishes but really conveys the feeling that you are warmly welcome

Big Thanks to everyone!

Peerapol (Paul) Dechphant

Reviews

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Google

"My favourite Thai restaurant in Brisbane! Staff are always friendly and attentive, atmosphere is beautiful, and food is just to die for! It's amazing! It's my regular 👍🏻" 

Menulog

"The food here is fantastic - whether it is dine in or takeaway. Will always be my go to Thai restaurant on the Northside!"

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TripAdvisor

"Meals are always good value for money, always tasty, staff are helpful, good for a lunch or a dinner out. They have a big function room as well so great for that family or work function get together when you don't want a crowd at home".