If you’re looking to indulge in some tantalising Thai fare, then look no further than Mons Thai in Camp Hill, where a fusion of sweet flavours and aromatic fresh herbs and spices come together. With traditional Thai dishes at the forefont of the menu, you’ll find plenty to choose from at this cosy locale. Mouth-watering flavour concoctions include the wild-caught red emperor yellow curry with macadamia, kipfler potatoes and baby corn, and the soul-warming winter soup made with the restaurant’s garden-grown herbs including lemongrass, dill and basil. The much-beloved eatery also serves up a delicious selection of crowd-pleasing curries including the likes of a Massaman curry made with slow-cooked beef cheek, potatoes and peanuts, a green curry made with locally sourced prawns or market fish with Thai basil and vegetables, and a island duck curry with roasted duck in red curry sauce with lychee, pineapple, cherry tomato and Thai basil. To satisfy thirsty folk, Mons also boasts a huge wine list made up almost entirely of QLD drops. Plus, if you’re looking to better your culinary skills, Mons Thai runs cooking classes so you can perfect the traditional techniques and flavours of Thai cuisine.