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Spice, Spice Baby

Limlay brings street Thai to Burleigh.

Limlay Restaurant, Burleigh Heads (image: © 2024 Inside Gold Coast)
Limlay Restaurant, Burleigh Heads (image: © 2024 Inside Gold Coast)

If you’re craving a hot new Thai spot, satay no more because Limlay Thai is here (well they will be come Friday 21st June). Since it’s a tad inconvenient to pop over to Thailand for a quick feed they figured they’d bring true Thai, Gold Coast style to Burleigh.

The brains behind Nahm Talay in Surfers and Valyn Thai in Isle of Capri have brought our favourite flavours down south so the rest of us can get in on the action. It’s about darn Thai-m!

Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

Nestled among Burleigh’s best and busiest restaurants you’ll find Limlay Thai on the Gold Coast Highway taking pride of place where Suzy BBQ once called home. You’ll find loads of variety on the menu as you would expect if you’re familiar with their sister restaurants. Think Thai refined street food – blending traditional flavours with a contemporary flair.

Limlay Restaurant, Burleigh Heads (image: © 2024 Inside Gold Coast)
Limlay Restaurant, Burleigh Heads (image: © 2024 Inside Gold Coast)

Limlay means by the sea, a perfect fit for this locale. It’s beachside dining at its best. The clean, modern interiors shine with pops of print and colour, so you can get comfy while you wait for the good time to start rolling. And by good times, we mean cocktails, of which there are loads.

Cocktail at Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Cocktail at Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

Think colourful concoctions with a side of theatre, like the Lychee Martini hidden among a haze of smoke as it’s served. Gin lovers, you’ll want to get your hands on the Crystal Pink – the ultimate combo of gin, white rum, ruby Tuesday press juice, lime, strawberry and passionfruit with a pink sugar stick on top. It manages to taste even better than it looks.

Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

Now let’s talk starters. Did you really go to a Thai restaurant if you didn’t get Chicken Satay Sticks? Not in our books tbh, but we’ll forgive you because if chicken isn’t your vibe you’ll want to give the BBQ Pork or Beef Skewers a try. Think succulent marinated meats perfectly seasoned Thai style.

Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

For seafood lovers, the Prawns with Chilli Lime Dressing pack a punch with their mix of prawns, cabbage, chilli, garlic, lime, coriander, and mint. It’s just as flavourful as it is colourful #winwin. Or go large with the Whole Barramundi with Thai ‘Three Flavour’ Sauce and thank us later.

Now winter is here which means we’re craving classic curries and delish soups, because nothing warms the stomach and the soul like a big bowl of Tom Yum or a Hot Pot.

Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

It’s a bold claim but we believe Limlay has some of the best-tasting curries in all of the Gold Coast (there – we said it) on the menu. It’s time to get better acquainted with traditional Thai and crowd favourites like the BBQ Chicken Yellow Curry which combines red onion, watermelon and coriander for a seriously fresh flavour combo that we bet you’ve not tasted before.

Whether you’re all about venturing out of your comfort zone or sticking to the classics like a Red Duck Curry or hearty Lamb Shank Massaman the menu is packed with rich and rare flavours we can’t get enough of.

Limlay Restaurant, Burleigh Heads (image: © 2024 Inside Gold Coast)
Limlay Restaurant, Burleigh Heads (image: © 2024 Inside Gold Coast)

Freshen up your palate with a side of Limlay’s signature salads like the Thai Som Tum with green pawpaw, chilli, garlic, snake beans, tomatoes and peanuts doing all the talking. The ultimate combo to break up the rich Thai flavours, so you can keep going back for seconds… or thirds… or fourths. No judgement here.

No meal is complete without a cheeky side of dessert and what better excuse than to get a taste of Thailand with Mango Sticky Rice or their signature Toast with Creamy Pandan Coconut? Sounds simple but trust us, the flavours are anything but.

Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Limlay Thai, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

In a curry? We mean, hurry… Limlay Thai’s grab-and-go menu has you covered with quick bites like Pork Skewers and crunchy Calamari to keep the hunger at bay while you go about your day.

Where: 1/1730 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads
When: Open daily for lunch and dinner
Monday – Thursday from 11:30am – 3pm and 5pm – 9:30pm
Friday from 11:30am – 3pm and 5pm – 11:30pm
Saturday from 11am – 4pm and 5pm – 11:30pm
Sunday from 11am – 4pm and 5pm – 9pm

Words by Jacqueline Bojanowski
Venue Images by Mathilde Bouby

Just Thai and keep us away

Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)
Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)

Today we bring extremely good tidings for fans of Thai fare (everyone, we assume), – as we welcome Valyn into the fold – an elevated, south east Asian eats noshery, that also shares some hefty Hemsworth-style sibling notoriety.

Joining esteemed local eateries, Nahm Thai, Nahm Talay Thai and Chong Co – and by association earning itself immediate, unequivocal fave status.

Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)
Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)

And yeah, you better believe we will very valiantly valyn-teer ourselves as taste-testing tributes for this mouthwatering occasion.

If you’re yet to treat yourself to the next level contemporary Thai experience owners Pattaree (Pat) Jiranuchaiwattana and Vitchaya (Alex) Hasitawet have long been dishing up on the Coast – we implore you to remedy this immediately.

Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)
Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)

For anyone else struggling to keep up, Valyn’s addition to the proliferating portfolio now makes six in the duo’s famed restaurant fam – an impressive, yet unsurprising development to those familiar with the trademark fare.

Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)
Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)

Arguably, there are few cuisines that instantaneously transport us to the shores of its heartland than that of Thailand’s zesty and fragrant fare. Pat and Alex take this experience to a whole new level, dishing up fresh and vibrant dishes as easy on the eyes are they are on the tastebuds.

The masterful drinks menu is also known for delivering its fair share of visual theatrics – artfully crafted cocktails arriving smouldering, finished with clouds of floss, bubbles balanced precariously atop a common sight. And locals (us included) can’t seem to get enough.

Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)
Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)

Valyn Thai will again treat us to that signature, immersive dining experience – featuring dishes such as Spanner crab stuffed dumplings swimming in yellow curry, Kaffir lime sauce laden crispy pork belly, Wagyu tataki and Shitake and taro spring rolls, with an extensive takeaway array available to quell those ‘curry and chill’ cravings (or perhaps Ponzu oysters for a memorable date night in, eh?).

Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)
Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)

The new kid on Isle of Capri’s block will be in good company, with Valyn joining the ranks among Capri on Via Roma’s waterside luxury leisure precinct. The team well and truly delivers on their promise of an elegant and refined space that blends sophistication with warmth.. and really, we’d expect nothing less.

The lofty, light-filled interior is framed by floor-to-wall windows, with hanging greenery and chandeliers to really show off those spacious, soaring ceilings – and hey, if you’ve got it, flaunt it.

Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)
Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)

The menu, meanwhile, will showcase with many of the flavour-forward faves we’ve grown very fond of. Expect unique signature dishes like Miang Kham Betel Leaf Wraps and Asian-Style Kingfish Ceviche, complemented with a mix of Thai staples such as Tom Yum Soup, Pad Thai and Slow-Cooked Beef Cheek Massaman Curry.

Coconut Ice Cream, Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)
Coconut Ice Cream, Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)

To drink – though it feels futile attempt to recommend one of the meticulously mixed libations over another (kind of feels like picking a favourite child, tbh) – we have at times been especially partial to a Never Ever (straight to the jug, thanks).

Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)
Food at Valyn, Isle of Capri (image supplied)

A pretty-in-pink, petal topped elixir that could well have been created by cupid himself – made with Triple Juniper Gin, Elderflower Gin, Cointreau, Lime Juice, Syrup, Tonic, Pomegranate Tea.

Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)
Interior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)

It’s official, we’re already smitten. It’s probably too soon to ask them to be our valyn-thai, right?

Where: 2G01, 15 Via Roma, Surfers Paradise
When: Monday–Thursday 10:30 am–3:30 pm, 5–9 pm, Friday–Saturday 10 am–3:30 pm, 5–10 pm

Words by Kellie Leader.

Exterior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)
Exterior of Valyn, Isle of Capri (Image: © 2023 Inside Gold Coast)

20 reasons locals love Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Hill (image courtesy of Destination Gold Coast)
Burleigh Hill (image courtesy of Destination Gold Coast)

Oh Burleigh you little beauty, what’s not to love right? Since the dawn of time (or the dawn of the GC at least) Burleigh has been one of the most-loved suburbs amongst a slew of strong contenders.

Sure, the beach is beautiful (that Hill is iconic for a reason) and James Street boasts all the best eats and acai bowls galore but it’s more than that, Burleigh has a soul of its own born of cruisy, barefoot, salty seabreeze vibes you simply won’t find anywhere else.

Gushing aside, we’ve found the best of Burleigh so you don’t have to.

We say when in Burleigh do as the locals do, so here’s our guide to the best eats, bars, shopping spots and places to visit so you can see why the locals love it and you should too (or else).

Restaurant Labart by Andy Macpherson Studio (image supplied)
Restaurant Labart by Andy Macpherson Studio (image supplied)

Fine Dining
Restaurant Labart
The fine dining venue has become part of the fabric of Burleigh’s bustling heart, but it’s also become one of the Gold Coast’s premier dining destinations. Tucked away on West Street, the five-star, seasonal produce-led restaurant is an absolute must-visit and your dining experience there is one you won’t long forget. The produce is sustainable and the wine list is filled with some of the most stunning natural wines in the world. The service is impeccable too, but in a fun, not-too-formal way. We LOVE.
Where: 2A/8 West Street, Burleigh Heads 

Rick Shores
Literally opening out onto the sand at Burleigh beach, Rick Shores is loved (not only locally) for its stunning sunset views and those tiny little taste sensations otherwise known as Bug Rolls. If you’ve never tasted one, you’ve been wasting your life, make a booking RIGHT NOW and order them all. Wash them down with one of Rick’s signature cocktails and you’re a bonafide Burleigh-ite.
Where: Shop 3, Goodwin Terrace, Burleigh Heads

Rick Shores Bug Roll, Burleigh (image by Mathilde Bouby)
Rick Shores Bug Roll, Burleigh (image by Mathilde Bouby)

Mr Hizola’s
Yum, contemporary Cantonese food, we love you. Mr Hizola’s is dishing up the goods in the form of tasty share-style dishes and we are here for it. Particularly the sizzling steak dish that is all kinds of delicious and an array of epic cocktails to match.
Where: 1730 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads

Jimmy Wahs
If you’re looking for fancy food but with the relaxed vibe that’s quintessentially Burleigh, look no further. The stunning space offers incredible Vietnamese dishes inspired by Head Chef Jake’s trip through Vietnam and a desire to eat some of the very best street food in the world every single day. Same. It’s a refined style of dining paired with mouthwatering cocktails and a sleek, paired back vibe. Jimmy Wahs is one of the Gold Coast’s most impressive eateries and we are big fans.
Where: 1724 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Town Hotel (image provided)
Burleigh Town Hotel (image provided)

Casuals Eats
Burleigh Town Hotel
If you haven’t seen this new reno, then where have you been? One of the best glow ups on the GC recently (in our humble opinion), Burleigh Town Hotel has nailed the pub-style menu and good vibes. The perfect place to set up for the arvo with your besties and the kids, there’s loads of space for the little ones to roam and plenty to keep them entertained while you kick back with a beverage in hand. Say less.
Where: Tsipura Drive, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Gelato Co
We’re softies for the sweet deliciousness that is gelato. Burleigh Gelato Co know how to deliver on flavours worth melting for, they’ve got all the classic Italian flavours you know and love along with their own signature specials. Guaranteed you’ll love them un-cone-ditionally.
Where: 9 Connor Street, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Gelato Co, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Burleigh Gelato Co, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

Coffee Hangs
Seadog
The guys behind Seadog know coffee. Starting as a humble little hole in the wall – literally – Seadog has become the go-to for a quick bite and a brew. And don’t worry, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you – you really are seeing double because you’ll find the crew on the bustling James Street or down the other end at the old faithful Burleigh Bowlo, perfect spot for a piccolo and park hangs.
Where: 8/50 James Street, Burleigh Heads and 1, Bowls Club, Connor Street, Burleigh Heads

Tarte Bakery & Cafe
There’s good reason this gem is heaving at all hours, the home of the iconic muffin top (IYKYK) and some of the best coffee in town, it’s not just locals who love it – you’ll find Gold Coasters and beyond flocking here for a taste of the goods. Come for a coffee and to get around their huge menu with something for everyone – literally, it’s impossible to not love something. Plus, we’re pretty sure it’s mandatory to leave with a pastry in tow – go on, you deserve it.
Where: 1748 Gold Coast Hwy, Burleigh Heads

Tarte Bakery & Cafe, Burleigh Heads (Image: © 2020 Inside Gold Coast)
Tarte Bakery & Cafe, Burleigh Heads (Image: © 2020 Inside Gold Coast)

Social Brew
Social by name, social by nature – Social Brew is one of Burleigh’s best coffee hangouts whether you’re looking to catch up with the crew or a spot to work for the day, there’s a reason these guys have stood the test of time. A staple spot to visit in Burleigh for their signature iced coffee, come for the caffeine and stay for the bites.
Where: 34-36 James Street, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Baker
The baked goods that come out of this friendly little bakery are honestly something else. Owners Geoff and Lisa are passionate about baking and opened Burleigh Baker to provide us with the best tasting and most nutritious Artisan Sourdough and boy do they deliver. They use only the finest ingredients and the traditional process of fermentation. Do not buy bread anywhere else. You’re welcome.
Where: 13/50 James Street, Burleigh Heads

Paloma Wine Bar, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)
Paloma Wine Bar, Burleigh Heads (image supplied)

Something To Drink
Paloma Wine Bar
From the brains that brought us Labart is the one and only Paloma. This small but mighty wine bar has one of the largest selections of boutique wines (we mean, it is in the name) with some seriously epic eats to accompany. We can’t go past the steak frites – seriously, don’t sleep on this – and if you don’t know where to start on what to sip the expert team always nail the reccos. Pop a Pet Nat on your must-try for something a little bubbly or if you’re more of a red drinker, their signature chilled reds are the ultimate for a hot summer’s day.
Where: 12 James Street, Burleigh Heads

Rosella’s 
It’s the good time, slightly fancy Australiana bar of your dreams and it is perfectly at home in Burleigh Heads. Rosella’s very quickly became a firm local favourite when it opened last year and with both a drinks and food menu made up entirely of Australian produce, we are in love. There are cocktails made with Nutri Grain, some of the tastiest toasties around and all the very best Aussie beers. It’s refined, beautifully decked out and created by a couple of absolute legends. Love.
Where: 6/1734 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads

Rosellas Bar, Burleigh (Image: © 2019 Inside Gold Coast)
Rosellas Bar, Burleigh (Image: © 2019 Inside Gold Coast)

Justin Lane Rooftop
Don your finest frock and rally up your girlfriends for a Sunday session and a spot of people watching on the roof at Justin Lane. With cocktails in hand and a balmy breeze blowing in through the windows, you need never go anywhere else again. After a few hours, pop downstairs for one of Justin’s famous pizzas and that’s your Sunday sorted.
Where: 1708 – 1710 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads

Lockwood Bar
A somewhat hidden little speakeasy in the heart of Burleigh HeadsLockwood Bar specialise in all of the very best varieties of whiskey along with many a local tipple transformed into tasty cocktails. It’s a laidback, jazz bar kind of vibe, low lit, often with live music and once you’re inside, you likely won’t want to leave. We dig it.
Where: Justin Lane, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Brewing Co. (image supplied)
Burleigh Brewing Co. (image supplied)

Burleigh Brewing Co.
If there’s one thing Burleigh deserves (the big legend), it’s a brewery and Burleigh Brewing Co. certainly delivers. After opening in 2006, Burleigh Brewing Co. has produced nine delicious drops with delightful names such as ‘My Wife’s Bitter’ and ‘FIGJAM’ – perfectly Burleigh. Get a sixer for Netflix and chill or head into the brewery from Wednesday to Sunday afternoons to get amongst it. There’s live tunes too, what a combination.
Where: 2 Ern Harley Drive, Burleigh Heads

Picnic at Burleigh, The Undercurrent (image supplied)
Picnic at Burleigh, The Undercurrent (image supplied)

Something To Do
Burleigh Hill
Well hasn’t this simple little piece of Mother Nature become a local legend? No matter the day of the week (but particularly Sunday arvos) “the hill” as it’s affectionately known is packed with picnic rugs, ball games and groups of revelers basking in the sunshine. Looking out over the ocean and with the city in the distance, it’s the perfect spot for a late afternoon lemonade or early morning coffee date with the crew. If you’re feeling energetic, take a stroll around the hill to Talle Creek for some Insta-worthy scenery or if you’re into hill and chill then order some takeaway and perch up on a picnic blanket to soak up the scenery.
Where: The south end of The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Bowls Club
A relaxing little beachside club loved by young and old alike, Burleigh Bowls has been around since 1937 and is certainly a prime piece of real estate these days. Barefoot Bowls roll on from 12 to 5pm every Sunday and it’s a measly $5 per person including coaching and bowls (AKA ball whipper snappers). Live music can be heard on Sunday arvos from 2 to 6pm. Get down and support your local while sipping on a schooner.
Where: Connor Street, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Bowls Club (image supplied)
Burleigh Bowls Club (image supplied)

David Fleay Wildlife Park
Nestled in the heart of Burleigh Heads, David Fleay’s is a wildlife park with a difference. Stroll through the tranquil surroundings to experience some of Queensland’s most iconic natural habitats and meet the resident wildlife — all in just one day. Explore the park solo or join the dedicated Park Rangers at the daily wildlife shows.
Where: Corner of West Burleigh Road and Loman Lane in West Burleigh

David Fleay Wildlife Park (image supplied)
David Fleay Wildlife Park (image supplied)

Shop With Us
James Street
If you’re in need of some retail therapy then James Street is the only place you need to go. The range of shopping has everything you need whether you’re looking for some new additions to your home from Maison & Maison or to update your wardrobe at Emte you’re guaranteed to leave suitably more stylish. If you’re looking for the perfect piece of art to dress your walls at work or home, Art Yarramunua is our pick for their incredible collection of indigenous art, expertly curated to celebrate the rich cultural history of Australia’s indigenous communities.
Where: James Street, Burleigh Heads

Burleigh Farmers Markets
Everyone’s favourite Saturday morning market adventure. Get up early, grab your basket and set out in search of fruit, veggies and of course, your first coffee of the weekend. These days the farmers market also boast locally made clothing and homewares, flowers, meat and seafood and delicious breaky and lunch options. There’s also live music and plenty of laughter floating around. Happy days.
Where: Burleigh Heads State School, Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads

High socie-Thai meets modern beach luxe

Lost in the Jungle, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
Lost in the Jungle, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)

Do you like your Thai served with a side of oceanside luxury? And your dishes presented with high-end WOW-worthy details, feeding your eyes and stomach with spectacular flare and flavour? We’re even talking liquid nitrogen in some dishes, as well as bubble smoke on cocktails and no, this is not an immunity challenge on Masterchef, but what you can expect at Nahm Talay Thai in Surfers Paradise, opening Friday 9th September.

Situated in the newly renovated Paradise Centre, Nahm Talay Thai is the latest offering from Pattaree (Pat) Jiranuchaiwattana and Vitchaya (Alex) Hasitawet. This duo know a thing or two about executing traditional Thai and Asian dishes in style, with a five-restaurant strong portfolio in Queensland, including Chong Co Thai at Pacific Fair. Add talented chefs Metira (May) Wongtom and Nitis (Kai) Shombunsode into the mix, as well as a stunning DBI Design interior, the final product is a total vibe.

Soft Shell Crab Egg Lava, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
Soft Shell Crab Egg Lava, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)

Offering indoor/outdoor dining, a beachfront balcony (perfect for events may we add), plus booth and couch seating, the venue accommodates 120 guests. Picture luxurious accents blended with a high quality, modern beach aesthetic to complement the multi-million-dollar views. Cool grey hues and whites are warmed up with a sandy colour palette creating an oasis-like feel. There are contrasting textures throughout, a unique roof design, beautifully designed bar, and eye-catching golden metallic wave artwork.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner until midnight EVERYDAY, let’s start with the AM timeslot and oooh, the Soft Shell Crab Egg Lava definitely caught our eye. Featuring a croissant with salmon caviar, tobiko sauce, vine cherry tomato, and parmesan, LBR – we were born to eat caviar for breakfast. There is also a wide range of other brekky crowd favourites, but with an exciting Nahm Talay Thai twist. Pair your meal with a darn good coffee or refreshing (and super pretty) cold pressed juice and yep, you’ve started the day right.

Lamb Shank Massaman Curry, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
Lamb Shank Massaman Curry, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)

If you’re more of a lunch or dinner person, the menu is once again off-the-Richter good. Order a serve of Crispy Pork Bao to start, with steamed bao, crispy pork belly, cucumber, coriander, spring onion, long red chilli, peanut and sesame oil. Then, it’s signature dish-o-clock and besides happy hour, this is our favourite time of the day.

Tuck into the Lamb Shank Massaman Curry with slow cooked lamb shank, mild curry, potato and cashew nuts, or the Barramundi Fillet steamed with lime sauce. Or, if you’d rather make friends with salad, you can’t beat the mouth-watering flavours of the Wagyu Salad. We’re talking Wagyu MBD 9+, Thai herbs, tomato, cucumber, rice power, chilli powder, house dressing and pear.

And for dessert, may we recommend the Cream Brulée, with egg, cream, pandan, sugar, coconut, vanilla ice cream and chocolate crumble. Drool.

Lychee Martinin, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
Lychee Martinin, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)

Now let’s get down to business – cocktails of course. Pat and Alex certainly don’t do anything by halves and their jaw-dropping drinks menu is a testament to this.

Don’t miss the opportunity to sample a Bubble Smoke Lychee Martini and you had us at bubble smoke. With vodka, orange liqueur, lime juice, cranberry juice and lychee syrup and bubble smoke top, the yum-factor is only rivalled by the presentation.

Laying off the harder stuff because you’re in detox mode? Same (not really) and good news, the Mocktails are as delish and insta-worthy as their boozy cousins. We’re ordering the Mint Lychee Frappe with lychee, lychee syrup and mint.

Also, a quick shout out to the Jellyfish Shots because these things are quite possibly the coolest thing we’ve seen, and yes we’re back to alcohol #oldhabitsdiehard.

Mint Lychee Frappe, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
Mint Lychee Frappe, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)

This brings us to the pointy end and the hardest decision yet. Should you go for breakfast, lunch or dinner (no more complaints about not being able to find a restaurant for a late-night feed, finally a venue open till midnight!) and our advice is a unanimous “all of the above”.

Where: Paradise Centre, 2 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise
When: Friday 9th September, open 7am – midnight, Monday – Sunday.

Words by Bianca Trathen.

 

STORY SPONSORED BY NAHM TALAY THAI RESTAURANT AND BAR

Miang Kam, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
Miang Kam, Nahm Talay Thai (image supplied)
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