Asian Restaurant to Offer Sushi with Japanese Squat Food
Asian restaurant chain Sushi On the Rocks is to open its first Thai restaurant in Australia, The Hindu has learnt.
The restaurant, which will be located in the former site of the KFC, will be the first of its kind in Australia.
The restaurant will serve Thai cuisine at a low-cost, local setting, and offer dishes such as sushi, stir-fried rice, asian noodle dishes, and curry.
Sushi On The Rocks was founded by Asian restaurateur Muthu Phadsepongchai, who is a member of the Satsang Siam Pancake Hall.
He has been a restaurant manager at the Kwik-E-Mart for the past three years, which he started in 2016.
The Thai restaurant will offer a mix of Thai food with Asian flavours, including Indian noodle and vegetable dishes, rice bowls, and hot food.
The main menu will be served with a selection of dishes from Thai restaurants across Asia, such as Chulalongkorn Palace, Khao San Road and Bangkok Palace.
There will also be a Thai tea menu, as well as Thai burgers, chicken and pork sandwiches, Thai curries and curries made with Thai spices.
The name of the restaurant will be inspired by the famous Thai city of Siam, which has an abundance of ethnic restaurants and bars.
Siam is the capital of Thailand, and is famous for its vibrant and vibrant cultural scene.