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dined on Wed, 21 Jun 2017

This little ripper of a restaurant always measures up with consistently tasty flavoursome food & great service. Been coming to Six Senses Subiaco for a few years now & will do so for many more ... their Thai Green Curry (ask for coconut rice) is without doubt their signature dish!!!

dined on Thu, 8 Jun 2017

Always delicious food but some portions seem to be getting smaller (massaman beef)

dined on Sun, 28 May 2017

Great food in a really handy location.

dined on Sun, 28 May 2017

Great spot for pre or post football game at Domain. Service fast and food good.

dined on Thu, 25 May 2017

Delicious food, great services and cheap lunches :) always happy !

dined on Sun, 21 May 2017

There isn't enough superlatives to verbally endorse how consistently great this game of a quaint Thai restaurant is ... if you haven't lunched or dined here yet ... do yourself a favour & lock it in. It's our favourite Thai in Perth & the staff are also amazingly evil isn't & professional!

dined on Tue, 2 May 2017

Leederville location. Food was amazing, service was not the best

dined on Sun, 23 Apr 2017

Delicious food. Excellent menu options. Well worth visiting. I will be returning.
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About Six Senses Thai

My Senses Are Tingling Fusion food is the new culinary buzzword, but ‘flash in the pan’ this up-market, little Thai kitchen is anything but. Six Senses Thai Restaurant is squeezed between other restaurant and retail stores on Subiaco’s busy Rokeby Road. Blink and you’d almost miss it. Six Senses breaks through Subiaco’s cluttered restaurant space with an abundance of fresh Australian produce married with traditional Thai flavours. Its signature dishes include the much-loved southern Thailand massamun lamb shanks, the ‘Heavenly Spare Ribs’ cooked in the chef’s very own marinade, or the well-known pad see IW noodles. And what better to complement the spice and sizzle of Six Senses culinary delights than homemade lemon ice tea or a cleansing coconut juice served in a whole coconut shell? Overall this buzzing little restaurant will set all your senses alight with dishes simply bursting with flavour and freshness. Best dish: Five spices duck.

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