Thai Puntip at Burleigh

Out for some group dining at a little Thai restaurant at Burleigh Heads.

We started our dinner with some delicious fish cakes which were really tasty; we then went on to have some calamari rings with hot chili sauce. Both were fabulous but the fish cakes were the best!

Calamari rings
Calamari rings
Yummy fish cakes
Yummy fish cakes

Some little Thai money bags were also very tasty.

Money bags
Money bags

We also had some beautiful seafood meals – one was mixed seafood with some delicious mussels in a peppery sauce. Another was a really beautiful fish fillets in a Tamarind sauce with red onions. There was also a beef Massaman curry (for the meat eaters) with potatoes onions and peanuts slowly cooked in a traditional manner.

Garlic, pepper and coriander stir fried Seafood with mixed vegetables
Fish fillet in tamarin sauce and red onions
Fish fillet in tamarin sauce and red onions
Slow cooked Massaman beef curry with potatoes, onions and peanuts
Slow cooked Massaman beef curry with potatoes, onions and peanuts

Our last dish for desert was a light lychee panna cotta – it was a soft creamy version with some jelly on top – easy to eat and a nice light way to finish off a lovely meal.

Lychee panna cotta
Lychee panna cotta

$35 pp as part of a group banquet deal. Good value and we will be back to try some noodles.

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