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Pako’s Panny Thai specialises in authentic cuisine, says co-owner Liam Uathao.
“We make everything ourselves,” she says.
“My auntie, Pan Heron, is a chef, a cook and I have another auntie working here too.
“I help out at the front and back, waitressing and helping out with orders.
“I enjoy meeting new people and talking to customers.”
The family previously operated a restaurant at Ocean Grove before selling up and moving to Geelong West eight years ago. Their Pako restaurant is open for dinner but patrons can also order from its enticing take-away menu, with delivery available.
“People usually order online with Menu Log and Eat Now and then they receive 20 per cent off their first order,” Liam says.
The menu offers traditional Thai cuisine ranging from red, green and yellow curries through to stir fries, soups, rice and noodle dishes that can be prepared to suit personal preference for mild, medium or hot flavours.
Liam says the most popular dish is pad Thai, a noddle stir-fry with bean sprouts, sprinkled with crushed peanuts on top and with a sweet and sour flavour, all accompanied by lemon wedges.
Also popular but taking the longest cooking time are steamed fish and seafood in red curry sauce, Liam says.
“Spiciness and herbs, lime leaves, lemongrass and garlic” are just some of the flavours that feature at Panny Thai, she advises.
Panny Thai is open for dinner 5pm to 9.30pm seven nights a week, with bookings available by phoning 5221 1800 or emailing info@pannythai.com.au

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