Nine Elephants Thai Restaurant

  67 Village St, Docklands VIC 3008

  Thai

 Open Sunday between:
Closed

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Minimum order:  $35

Nine Elephants Thai Restaurant Schedule
Delivery Schedule
Mon
17:30 to 21:00
Tue
17:30 to 21:00
Wed
17:30 to 21:00
Thu
17:30 to 21:00
Fri
17:30 to 21:00
Takeaway Schedule
Mon
17:30 to 21:30
Tue
17:30 to 21:30
Wed
17:30 to 21:30
Thu
17:30 to 21:30
Fri
17:30 to 21:30
Sat
17:30 to 21:30
About Nine Elephants Thai Restaurant

Simple, Delicious, and Authentic

With Melbourne’s diverse population and culture, it was only matter of time before Thai cuisine

became a staple on most Melbournians’ minds. While these restaurants provide great, delicious

food, we felt that the true play of flavours that represent Thai cuisine was not very apparent.

Nine Elephants was started with the concept of bringing authentic, high­quality Thai cuisine into

Melbourne. We have kept our menu as authentic as possible and have introduced traditional

dishes common in Thailand but not very common yet elsewhere.

Our vision is shared with you as we faithfully prepare all curry pastes and sauces ourselves.

Why “Nine Elephants”?

The significance comes from the number nine in Thai ‘๙ ’, which is famous for resembling an

elephants. Elephants have always been a significant part of Thailand history and it continues to be

the symbol of Thailand today. In the past, ancient king of Siam used elephants as vehicles in battle

and the greater number of elephants a king had reflected on his standing. The current king of

Thailand, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, owns ten white elephants, and this is considered a great

achievement.

Number nine is also significant to Thai people because our King Bhumibol Adulyadej is also

known as King Rama IX, who is the longest serving monarch in the world. Thai people also

believe that number nine is a lucky number as the word nine in Thai is “gao”, which also means

step. And the word “gao­na” means to progress or step forward, therefore having number nine in

front of something is symbolic of stepping forward – Nine Elephants.

We hope you enjoy this truly unique and authentic Thai experience at Nine Elephants Thai

Restaurant.

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Overall Restaurant Rating 8.3

Food 8.6 Value 7.9 Speed 8.6
Based on 100 good user reviews
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  • Overall 9.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 8  |  Speed 10

    Food was excellent as was delivery arrived before estimated delivery time.

  • Overall 9.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 8  |  Speed 10

  • Overall 9.7 |  Food 9  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

    Nine elephants. Love their crispy pork belly.

  • Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

  • Overall 9.3 |  Food 9  |  Value 9  |  Speed 10

  • Overall 8.7 |  Food 8  |  Value 8  |  Speed 10

  • Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

    Beautiful, fresh Thai food made to order and always ready and waiting on time for pick up.

  • Overall 7.7 |  Food 9  |  Value 7  |  Speed 7

    Small portion satay skewers...but I loved the soft shell crab and pad thai...

  • Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

    Big portions, fresh food prepared on request, pick up ready on time. Excellent Thai food. #1!

  • Overall 4 |  Food 5  |  Value 3  |  Speed 4

    The beef massamun was tasty but the chicken pad Thai was dry and tasteless.

  • Overall 7.3 |  Food 7  |  Value 8  |  Speed 7

  • Overall 8.7 |  Food 9  |  Value 7  |  Speed 10

  • Overall 9.3 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 8

  • Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

    Always good

  • Overall 9.7 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 9

    Best Thai Duck Curry in Melbourne and possibly Australia! Pad Thai is also superb and really great value for money. Our favourite Thai restaurant in town, highly recommended for a guaranteed delicious meal!

  • Overall 7.3 |  Food 8  |  Value 7  |  Speed 7

  • Overall 7.3 |  Food 8  |  Value 6  |  Speed 8

  • Overall 8 |  Food 9  |  Value 7  |  Speed 8

    Excellent food but you have to pay a price for it. I keep going back for more. Special fried rice with pork belly !

  • Overall 7 |  Food 8  |  Value 6  |  Speed 7

    Nine elephants Thai. It's expensive but delicious. Special fried rice & chicken with cashew are favourites !

  • Overall 1 |  Food 1  |  Value 1  |  Speed 1

    Received call from restaurant on the day advising they are not able to honour the order due to 'football traffic at Docklands'. Disappointing!

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ABOUT US

Simple, Delicious, and Authentic

With Melbourne’s diverse population and culture, it was only matter of time before Thai cuisine

became a staple on most Melbournians’ minds. While these restaurants provide great, delicious

food, we felt that the true play of flavours that represent Thai cuisine was not very apparent.

Nine Elephants was started with the concept of bringing authentic, high­quality Thai cuisine into

Melbourne. We have kept our menu as authentic as possible and have introduced traditional

dishes common in Thailand but not very common yet elsewhere.

Our vision is shared with you as we faithfully prepare all curry pastes and sauces ourselves.

Why “Nine Elephants”?

The significance comes from the number nine in Thai ‘๙ ’, which is famous for resembling an

elephants. Elephants have always been a significant part of Thailand history and it continues to be

the symbol of Thailand today. In the past, ancient king of Siam used elephants as vehicles in battle

and the greater number of elephants a king had reflected on his standing. The current king of

Thailand, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, owns ten white elephants, and this is considered a great

achievement.

Number nine is also significant to Thai people because our King Bhumibol Adulyadej is also

known as King Rama IX, who is the longest serving monarch in the world. Thai people also

believe that number nine is a lucky number as the word nine in Thai is “gao”, which also means

step. And the word “gao­na” means to progress or step forward, therefore having number nine in

front of something is symbolic of stepping forward – Nine Elephants.

We hope you enjoy this truly unique and authentic Thai experience at Nine Elephants Thai

Restaurant.

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Nine Elephants Thai Restaurant
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67 Village St, Docklands VIC        Contact details
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Contact details - Nine Elephants Thai Restaurant
Address:
67 Village St, Docklands VIC
Phone:
(03) 9670 9909
  • Simple, Delicious, and Authentic

    With Melbourne’s diverse population and culture, it was only matter of time before Thai cuisine

    became a staple on most Melbournians’ minds. While these restaurants provide great, delicious

    food, we felt that the true play of flavours that represent Thai cuisine was not very apparent.

    Nine Elephants was started with the concept of bringing authen... Read more

    Simple, Delicious, and Authentic

    With Melbourne’s diverse population and culture, it was only matter of time before Thai cuisine

    became a staple on most Melbournians’ minds. While these restaurants provide great, delicious

    food, we felt that the true play of flavours that represent Thai cuisine was not very apparent.

    Nine Elephants was started with the concept of bringing authentic, high­quality Thai cuisine into

    Melbourne. We have kept our menu as authentic as possible and have introduced traditional

    dishes common in Thailand but not very common yet elsewhere.

    Our vision is shared with you as we faithfully prepare all curry pastes and sauces ourselves.

    Why “Nine Elephants”?

    The significance comes from the number nine in Thai ‘๙ ’, which is famous for resembling an

    elephants. Elephants have always been a significant part of Thailand history and it continues to be

    the symbol of Thailand today. In the past, ancient king of Siam used elephants as vehicles in battle

    and the greater number of elephants a king had reflected on his standing. The current king of

    Thailand, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, owns ten white elephants, and this is considered a great

    achievement.

    Number nine is also significant to Thai people because our King Bhumibol Adulyadej is also

    known as King Rama IX, who is the longest serving monarch in the world. Thai people also

    believe that number nine is a lucky number as the word nine in Thai is “gao”, which also means

    step. And the word “gao­na” means to progress or step forward, therefore having number nine in

    front of something is symbolic of stepping forward – Nine Elephants.

    We hope you enjoy this truly unique and authentic Thai experience at Nine Elephants Thai

    Restaurant.

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