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Chokdee Thai Cuisine

Address:
83 Hardy St, Nelson, New Zealand - View the map

If you're new to the Nelson region and wondering where to satisfy your craving for authentic Thai food, look no further than Chokdee Restaurant on Hardy Street in Nelson, or High Street, Motueka.

Chokdee has an unwavering commitment to the traditional Thai approach of using the freshest ingredients and creating every base, sauce and condiment from scratch, resulting in irresistibly flavoursome dishes that will have you coming back time and again.

?Owner Sakawduean Muangthong has a policy that "if it comes in a jar we won't use it". Many Thai dishes depend on ingredients such as basil, kafir lime leaves, lemongrass, coriander and lemon juice. Sourcing these fresh throughout the year is very time consuming but the result is always worth the extra effort.

At Chokdee, every dish is prepared only when the chef receives the order, so the vegetables are always perfectly tender and full of flavour and we cater for everyone, with vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan dishes.?.

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Phone:
+64 3 539 0282

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