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HOT – My Thai Kitchen – Shop 18, 36 Baroona Rd, Milton

The offspring born of Brisbane’s infamous My Thai (in Auchenflower), viagra buy My Thai Kitchen is a welcome addition to the Milton and Rosalie areas with their super quick and easy lunch time specials, thumb their agonisingly awesome and extensive dinner menu (for dine in or takeaway) and to top it off….a cooking school!

My work buddies and I are regulars at My Thai Kitchen due to its proximity to the office and the fact they serve super quick meals that are great value and delicious.

This cosy little establishment has just enough room to swing the proverbial cat and a great range of Asian groceries to peruse while you wait for your meal.  There are all sorts of curry pastes for 2 bucks a pop, check packets of noodles in all shapes and sizes, cooking utensils and more.

We usually kick things off with a serve of the Thai spring rolls ($6.00 for 4) filled with shredded cabbage leaves, carrots, glass noodles and fresh herbs.

My favourite main is the pad prik king ($12.50) with beef, bamboo shoots, Thai basil, red capsicum all stir fried with curry paste, thinly sliced kaffir lime leaves and a touch of coconut cream.  It’s a mildly spicy dish and because it’s not drowned in heavy sauce and coconut cream I find it much easier to avoid that drowsy feeling you get after a hot meal at lunch.

Princess sticks to her usual of chicken and cashew nut stir fry ($12.50) with garlic, chilli, onions, red capsicum and shallots with chilli jam and roasted cashew nuts.  Although they always pack it full of too much onion, the flavour of this dish is delicious and not insipid like some of the other chicken and cashew you might find around town.

DAP always has the yellow chicken curry ($12.50) made with a delicate paste of turmeric, galangal, kaffir limes, lemongrass, garlic and chillies with coconut cream, potatoes, tomatoes and coriander leaves.  My Thai Kitchen’s yellow curry is very mild but manages to maintain a lovely strong flavour and is the best option if you’re not a fan of too much chilli.

The lunch time meals are no frills, no fuss – all served in plastic takeaway dishes, even if you’re hanging at the huge share-table to dine in.  What they lack in presentation, the dishes make up for in flavour and size – they’re huge!!

My Thai Kitchen’s lunch time menu runs Wednesday through to Friday from 12 – 2pm and is a cut down version of their dinner menu, at a reduced rate as well.  It’s well worth a visit.

Has anyone tried My Thai Kitchen’s cooking classes?  We’d be chuffed to hear your thoughts….

  • My Thai Kitchen – Shop 18, 36 Baroona Rd, Milton +61 7 3369 8555
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