125 Puckle St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039, Australia
125 Puckle Street Moonee Ponds VI
Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurants, Takeout Restaurant
(03) 9375 4717
Monday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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Fantastic food. Especially Tom Kha Gia Soup (? Spelling)- the one with coconut milk!!! Great service. Yummy. ❤it !!!!😀😁
The owners have changed hands. We went as a group of 8. The only ones in the place. It took an hour for meals to come. 10 minutes from first to last. One had to be returned it was so bad. The other meals were nice but a few were small. An over disappointing experience.
Often you wonder how good the food will be when you are visiting a restaurant that has to compete with so many others adjacent or within the immediate area. Moonee Ponds has one of the highest outlets per block, making it very competitive for the owners and very confusing for the customers. By chance I stumbled upon Oriental Flavour Restaurant, only because I had to make a quick decision. I got a pat on the back from my partner for choosing the right venue! Van is a most warm and gracious owner, who approaches everyone with a smile, and delivers some of the most flavoursome dishes I have ever had in the West. Her husband is the cook, and he can knock out some really tasty dishes, whether it be Thai, Vietnamese, Malay, or Chinese. It's no wonder, they get up early every morning and pick the freshest vegetables from the markets, and even grind fresh peanuts for the peanut sauce! We had the lunch specials (combination seafood and seafood mee goreng), with satay chicken skewers and Thai tea. The spicy combination was flavoursome and not over the top in spice, emphasizing the ingredients, and the well-seared meats melt in the mouth. Thai or Malay, both dishes are a hearty size accompanied by a regular serve of rice. They don't skimp on the lunch menu! To top it off, we finished with banana dumplings: coconut and banana baked in banana leaves topped with ice cream. Superb! The skewers were a little on the thin side, but that peanut sauce was amazing as it is freshly made in-house. Combining fresh tasty food with a warm and friendly atmosphere, you will have the same exact experience we had at Oriental Flavour. The taste and service will bring you back here promptly. A 4.5 out of 5 from me.
Amazing place. Beautiful ambience. Lovely food.
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