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Chaimee’s Divine Thai

Fresh, clean and healthy Thai homestyle dining, this lovely eatery in Kareela is a favourite with locals. The dining room is spacious and comfortable, and the Thai hospitality is kind, generous and accommodating. The experienced kitchen team is passionate about bringing the flavours of Thailand to the tables of the restaurant and the menu is constantly being reviewed and updated, informed by culinary influences from Thailand. This is a place that likes to stay on trend. At Chaimee, the focus is on shared dining, and it is absolutely the way to go when dining here so that you can sample as many of the flavours as possible. Order betel leaves, seared scallops, chargrilled wagyu in nam jim jaew sauce or choose from an array of delicious vegetarian options like chilli green peppercorn eggplant or oyster mushroom salad. Chaimee’s Divine Thai is not your average Thai local. It is fresh, vibrant and a little bit of Thai heaven on a plate.

  • Asian, Thai
Opening Hours
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 11am - 3pm, 5 - 9:30pm
  • Wednesday: 11am - 3pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Thursday: 11am - 3pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Friday: 11am - 3pm, 5 - 10:30pm
  • Saturday: 11am - 3pm, 5 - 10:30pm
  • Sunday: 11am - 3pm, 5 - 9:30pm
  • Gluten Free Options
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
  • Fully Licensed (BYO Wine Only)
Shop 6, Upper Level, Kareela Village, 1 - 13 Freya Street, Kareela, NSW, 2232

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