There are 823 Thai restaurants within Australia.
|481.||Sailors Thai||The Rocks|
|482.||Sailors Thai Canteen||The Rocks|
|483.||Sailors Thai, Ivy||Sydney|
|484.||Sailors Thai, Potts Point||Potts Point|
|487.||Samanee Thai Restaurant||Moonee Ponds|
|488.||Samui Thai||Hazelwood Park|
|489.||Sang's Thai Restaurant||Alexandra Headland|
|490.||Saowanee's Place||North Perth|
|492.||Saute Thai Restaurant||Parramatta|
|493.||Sawadee Ka||West End|
|494.||Sawadee Thai Restaurant||Subiaco|
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