1-33 Hurley St, Sorrento VIC 3943, Australia
1-33 Hurley Street Sorrento VI
(03) 5984 5138
Wednesday 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Thursday 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Friday 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Saturday 5:00 – 8:00 PM
Sunday 5:00 – 8:00 PM
About the business
Sorrento Portsea RSL Inc
Situated in the heart of Sorrento, Victoria, the Sorrento Portsea RSL is a hub for community events and a great place for a drink and a meal.
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Recent Google Reviews
Bryan McGlade said 3 years ago
A bit hard to find. Look for the IGA. Behind the IGA in the car park is an RSL. It's in the RSL. Good food. Friendly owner. Eat in or takeaway. Curry was great. Fish cakes slightly chewy.
Paul Tauro said 3 years ago
Love it, Love it, food great and staff even greater, very warm and friendly atmosphere. Got to have the coconut prawns!
Liz Tait said 3 years ago
very good soft shell crab, friendly staff, prompt and good service, good Thai!
Paul Richards said 4 years ago
Awesome food! The restaurant is in an RSL hall complete with quirky and quaint Thai decor which is strangely comforting and very relaxed. A true small town Asian restaurant experience. Authentic delicious food with a great selection of dishes. We love it for what it is..... Uncomplicated and honest.
Peninsula Group Stays said 3 years ago
You really don't expect to find a tasty, authentic Thai restaurant and takeaway INSIDE an RSL. If you enjoy Thai food, then seek this place out, but be warned, if you ask for your green papaya salad to be hot, it will be HOT.
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