Tao Cafe Review

sushiTao Cafe, Innaloo

The staff are young but always efficient and friendly. The restaurant covers three nationalities, Vietnamese, Thai and Japanese, and surprisingly seems to do all of them well. We have been to the Tao Cafe in Innaloo a couple of times. The restaurant is very family friendly, and provide regular table sitting, booths or you can sit along the sushi train. Our favourite entrees include the spicy Thai fish cakes, fresh Vietnamese rice paper rolls, and a plate or two from the sushi train. There are a few kids meals such as kung fu fried rice, but we prefer to let them choose a plate from the sushi train. All meals are of very decent size and the price is reasonable. For mains, we have nto had a bad meal. You can eat around the world with the tom tum noodle soup (Thai), Pho tai (Vietnamese) and Chicken teriyaki (Japanese).

Other Things You Should Know

  • BYO beer and wine. Corkage $4 a bottle, but not sure about beer bottles!
  • open for lunch and dinner every day
  • entertainment book 25% off (up to $25)

Location & Contact

Tao Cafe on Urbanspoon

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