Located across the street from the infamous Bowral Pub, Bowral Thai serves up the region’s tastiest Thai cuisine. Not only that, but the restaurant is adorned with art, antiques, and relics to create a bright and festive atmosphere that’s a feast for the eyes as much as the food is a feast for the mouth, stomach, digestive tract, etc. This place is really a feast for the whole body.
“WOW…..what a wonderful surprise..after reading a ‘dissapointing’ (yes I know spelling mistake) recent review, as visitors we really wanted to give the restaurant a go. We weren’t disappointed by any means. The Thai cuisine was THE best I have ever tasted. Fresh spicy flavours. I had the fish Jungle curry…superb. We will visit again before leaving and Thank you to all the young staff, so attentive and obliging.”—Jane Brown
“If the food and vibe were worse we might have stolen something, like a little momento. There was so much bric-a-brac I doubt they would’ve missed it. To be clear we’re not a thieving crew, in fact I can tell you the last time I stole something was a pack of Bubbalicious Cherry Coke gum from the Safeway in Mammoth Lakes, CA when I was six years old. Really the discourse about theft at the table was our way of complimenting all the amazing shit flooding our eyes from every direction. Most notable was a series of psychedelic paintings in a Stations of the Cross motif buttressed by statues, sculptures, and ephemera covering every usable space. It was a thrilling visual experience—without being claustrophobic.”—Kyle von Hoetzendorff