P’nut Street Noodles
P’Nut Street Noodles in South Brisbane is Australia’s first street noodle restaurant who imports their sauces directly from Thailand.
The restaurant looks just like a common, vibrant Thai eatery, decked out with commercial light banners, a wall mural of a Thai street scene and various tables with small stools to sit at.
The menu is bursting with flavour, full of all kinds of Thai influenced dishes, from noodles to salads to soups. P’Nut also serves a range of delectable snacks ideal for sharing, a side dish or a midafternoon snack, such as their chilli squid and spicy chicken dumplings.
Naturally, the Pad Thai is a winning dish at P’Nut. Although this Pad Thai is no ordinary dish, featuring the owner’s grandmother’s signature sauce wok tossed with free range egg, crushed peanuts and dried shrimp.
If you’re sharing a couple of dishes amongst friends, P’Nut’s salads are a great choice. The Satay Noodle Salad is a delicious combination of peanuts, coconut milk and hokkien noodles. This recipe originates from a Malaysian hawker who P’Nut’s owner met on his travels – now that’s authenticity.
If you’re more of a soup kind of person, tuck into P’Nut’s aromatic laksa. Featuring a classic blend of lemongrass and mint aromas, this laksa is abundant with seafood and tofu. For something to wash it all down with, P’Nut is serving refreshing frozen cocktails and a range of popular Asian beers.
Need to know – Limited paid street parking is available nearby. Takeaway is available.
Nice to know – P’Nut is selling reusable takeaway containers, perfect for regular diners.
By Zoe Kirby
189 Grey Street