Treat your tastebuds to the tantalising flavours of traditional Thai cuisine at Ultrapan, a newly opened restaurant fresh on the Eastern suburbs’ foodie scene.

Since opening their doors earlier this year in late March, Ultrapan have breathed new life into the “blink-and-you-miss-it” location along fast-paced Glen Osmond Road, which once housed vietnamese restaurant Ancient Viet.

Follow the vibrant eye-catching yellow neon signs that light the way into Ultrapan’s warm and welcoming interior, which boasts large open windows, intricate wood paneled ceilings and colourful accent wall murals.

With a name that translates to ‘Good Thai Cooking’, Ultrapan adds a tender Thai touch to each of their dishes, resulting in a menu bursting to the brim with authentic south-east Asian flavours, aromas and spices.

Fussy eaters, don’t fret: Ultrapan caters to a broad variety of diets, lifestyles and intolerances with their extensive vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

Whether you stick to the old faithfuls like Pad Thai stir-fried noodles, or release your adventurous side with their ‘Weeping Tiger’ chargrilled wagyu beef, Ultrapan has mouth-watering dishes of all sizes to suit everyone’s appetites.

In addition to being fully licensed, Ultrapan also offer customers a “bring your own” alcohol option, which makes for a more affordable and cost-friendly dining experience. With all menu items also available for take-away, Ultrapan well and truly provides good Thai cooking as their name suggests.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the CBD and venture to the Eastern suburbs to Ultrapan for an ultra-authentic Thai dining experience!