Named after the well known shrine and museum in Bangkok Thailand (Erawan) which is believed to be respected by Thai people, Erawan Thai Restaurant and Bar serves to fulfil a similar purpose. With a great menu selection in terms of Thai and sushi cuisine – from salmon to tuna sushi, sashimi, traditional Thai dumplings, salads and curries – it offers authentic Thai dishes that leave a lasting impression. Adorned by simple décor and an interesting menu, the great news is that you can bring your own favourite wine and enjoy it with your meals!
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Erawan Thai Restaurant and Bar is situated at the Riverside Shopping Centre, corner of Bryanston Drive and River Road in Bryanston.
Venue Name:Erawan Thai Restaurant and Bar
Riverside Shopping Centre, Corner Bryanston Drive & The River Road, Bryanston, Johannesburg
Opening Hours:Monday - Saturday 11h30 - 22h00 Sunday 11h30 - 16h00
Price Range:R300 for two
Type of Cuisine:Casual Dining
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 110 reviews
Peter T Says:
We love Thai food but we are often let down. Not here! Erawan serves Delicious, authentic Thai food! We had duck which was perfectly cooked and Penang curry which was amazing. The Tom Yum soup is...
Chris C Says:
We come here often but have been disappointed of late that service and the food has not been as good as it used to be! Today for example the table we sat at was not set properly and we had to ask...
Adrian H Says:
Have to admit we had takeaway delivered. The dimsum were tasty, and sticky as they should be. The prawn toast was in small rounds, rather than the square shapes you often get, but tasty nonetheless...