Erawan Thai Restaurant

Cafés & Eateries / Casual Dining in or near Durbanville, Northern Suburbs in Cape Town, South Africa.

Eating Out in DurbanvilleErawan Thai Restaurant

Cafés & Eateries Northern Suburbs

Where? Heritage Square, Vrede Street, Durbanville, Cape Town North

When? Monday to Sunday from 11h00 to 22h00

How? Call +27 (0)21 976-4000

Overnight? Stay at accommodation in Durbanville, in Western Cape

Thai Cuisine At Its Best

Enjoy outstanding Thai cuisine at Erawan Thai Restaurant on Heritage Square in Durbanville. This stylish restaurant offers a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere coupled with outstanding service and exceptional food. The décor is authentic and the staff wear traditional dress.

The crispy duck and pancakes are not to be missed and neither is the hot and sour prawn soup. There is a fabulous selection of main courses to choose from, with one of the more popular choices being the massaman curry, which is jammed with prawns, coconut, peanut and potato. The dims sums are mouth watering, so don’t forget to try the Ka Num Jeeb Gai and the Goong Tod. With such a vast menu there is something to suit every palate.

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