733 days ago

Enjoy some authentic Thai food this Christmas

Divyaraj from Thai Chef's Restaurant Titirangi Auckland

Hello neighbours. Book in now for some authentic Thai food this Christmas at our restaurant in Titirangi - don't miss out! Mention that you're a Neighbourly member and we'll take 10% off!

Our authentic Thai food is prepared fresh from quality ingredients and presented with sophisticated elegance in a stunning dining setting filled with all the richness of Thai colour, sound and art. Meals are served family-style so you can share the dining experience with your family, friends and neighbours!

Come join us for a rewarding dining experience offering the real taste of Thailand.

Thai Chef’s Titirangi | 400 Titirangi Road | Phone 09 817 5252

Our open hours are:
Lunch - Tuesday, Friday and Sunday 12.00 to 2:30pm
Dinner - Monday to Sunday from 5pm
Check out our menu

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