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Soon to be a favourite…. this dish is a combination where bean and oyster sauces herbs and Thai basil chilli add lift to 

the run of the mill fried rice.  Like most dishes it goes superbly with your choice of meat or seafood and is presented in a circular mould when dished up in the restaurant. TRY IT TODAY!! 



why thai food and small restaurants are better for your celebration needs!

It’s already known that many of the fresh herbs and spices used in Thai cooking – such as turmeric, galangal, coriander, lemongrass, and fresh chilies – have immune-boosting and disease-fighting power.

Thai food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world because of its distinct and strong flavours. It is both healthy and tasty. There are many reasons to opt for Thai food rather than any other cuisine. Thai food is healthy; a lot of green vegetables and herbs are used in it. It is a blend of sweet, bitter, sour and salty flavours. You have a vast menu to choose from.

Many Thai dishes can be cooked gluten free or done vegan style. There are also the considerations of alergies. The range of tasty thai dishes is broad enough to cover all of these concerns and to ensure that your guests are left well and truly satisfied.

2 For your celebration Your not stuck away in some inconvenient part of the restaurant waiting to get the attention of  a waiter as they just “happen” to go past.

2 The only people to worry about are the people you know and the conversation is easy!

3 You can relax we’ll provide the flavoursome Thai curries and stir fries so all you need to do is enjoy the night

our dishes

our history

The Head Chef Wanida comes from Nakhorn Ratchasima province in central North East Thailand where the influence is the more Spicy lao and Khmer in style. Although  out in Australia for 28 Years. She knows that Thai food has to be consumed in a leisurely manner with good friends, that is why it is prepared for you on your order. 

Wanida worked as a chef in Central Melbourne,  Torquay and owned Thai Mekong in Ocean Grove for 9 years before opening here.

Her skills have been passed onto all her children, who also work at 9 kings ensuring consistency in every dish we make.

what we do

Family run business making great Thai food that can be eaten in our boutique comfortable family friendly atmosphere with options to cater for gluten free and food allergy concerns.

We also offer Take-away (Tuesday through Sunday) and can deliver after 6.15 (Tuesday till friday) after 6.00 on saturday

and Sunday

minimum order delivery $35  $5 delivery fee

Delivery areas over Highton Ceres Waurn ponds Belmont  Geelong west  and


Please note Times for delivery and pick up are indicative only. Were often able to have your order ready earlier than the time requested and love to keep you in the loop so you know exactly when your food will ready. On Friday and Saturday we reccomend ordering early.

opening hours



Open Tuesday to  Sunday

Tuesdays to Thursdays

from 5:15pm until 8:30pm

Fridays to Saturdays

from 5:15pm until 8:45pm

Sundays from 5:15pm until 8:30pm

byo wine only



Wine folly makes the following suggestions

Best Option: Riesling

If Thai cuisine is all about harmony, a nice off-dry Riesling is a welcome addition to the chorus. It’s almost too perfect: dynamite tropical fruit flavors with acidity and sweetness to cut the spice. There are even some Rieslings that feature jasmine in their bouquet! Plus, if you’re sensitive to heat, the low ABV will ensure the fire doesn’t get too out of control.


Great Alternatives

So, you’re still anti-Riesling. (You’ll get there if we have anything to do with it!) Fortunately for you, there are plenty of dank alternatives, both geeky and prevalent for pairing. There are even a few reds that work well if you’re not all that into white wines.

  • Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

    A viable alternative to Riesling, Pinot Gris has less-intense tropical fruit flavors and more subtle acidity. Seek out one from Alsace for spice notes of clove and ginger, as well as a long, tingly finish.


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our location

4 Porter Ave, Highton VIC 3216