CocoNine is not as busy and popular as the other Thai restaurants on the Kingston Foreshore (Morks and Chong Co) but it’s still definitely worth a visit.
The flavours are a little different to usual expectations and the presentation is very appealing. Serve sizes are good for sharing even between up to six people.
The Beef Massaman $19 is excellent ….
…as is the Chilli Basil Chicken stirfry $19….
…the Pork Pad Prik Khing also is very good $19..
and so is the Siam Aromatic Spicy Duck (a larb styled salad) $27.
While there’s plenty of stir fries and curries for around $19, some dishes seem quite pricey so it pays to make use of the Entertainment Book 25% discount or any other offers and deals.
A good tip is to start at the back of the menu where the more modestly priced stirfries and curries are listed and then work forwards to the more expensive duck and seafood specials.
Generous serves of rice are $3.50 and corkage is only $5 per bottle which is helpful for budgeting.
Service is friendly and very quick. Gluten free ordering is also very easy.
CocoNine also has a good lunch special for $10.90, weekdays.
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