OPENING TIMES
Dinner:
Monday to Saturday from 6pm - 11pm
Kitchen Closes at 9:30pm

Lunch:
Thursday and Friday 12:00am - 2pm.


(please call us for opening times on public holidays)
35 Langtree Avenue Mildura VIC 3500
Phone: (03) 50215225
Email: thai-riffic@hotmail.com


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About Thai Food
The Thai Love Affair

The world seems to be falling in love with Thai food.  But did you know this marvellous-tasting world cuisine is also incredibly good for you? 

With its ancient blend of both fresh and dried herbs and spices, Thai food offers a delicious way to get the nutrients, antioxidants, and disease-fighting potential which needed to achieve lifelong health and fitness. 

Want to learn more?  Here are just a few of the health benefits you will receive while enjoying a fabulous Thai meal:          

You'll Fight off Cold and Flu Viruses
A key ingredient in Thailands favourite soup (Tom Yum Soup), lemongrass has long been used in Chinese medicine as a tonic for fighting off flus and colds.  Lemongrass also relieves headaches and stomach cramps commonly associated with such viruses.  Enjoy lemongrass in your Thai food, or use it to make soup or tea.

You'll have More Immune-boosting Power
Common Thai ingredients such as turmeric, coriander, galangal, and Thai holy basil have powerful antioxidants that help fight inflammation and protect the body from damage by toxins and free radicals.
Your Heart Will Be Happy                                        
Chilli pepper and coconut milk, two everyday ingredients in the Thai kitchen, both work to keep the heart running smoothly.  Previously, coconut had earned a bad reputation for its fat content.  But now coconut milk and oil are emerging as healthy substitutes for more traditional fats, such as butter and vegetable oils.  Unlike most “bad fats", the fatty acids in coconut helps to lower bad cholesterol, while promoting good cholesterol.

You'll Look (and Feel) Years Younger
Thai holy basil, coconut milk, plus the numerous vegetables used in Thai cooking (such as broccoli, sprouts, and other greens) offer anti-aging benefits.  From calming elements (as in Thai holy basil), to the skin-enhancing fatty acids in coconut milk/oil, and the anti-inflammatory protection of turmeric (which also fights arthritis), Thai food has much to offer those who wish to look as young as they feel.

You'll Sleep Better
Yes, recent studies prove that consuming just a little chilli pepper (fresh or dried) each day helps us fall asleep and stay asleep longer.  In other words, enjoying just one Thai dish per day is enough to keep you sleeping soundly.