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Ascot Vale now open!

We’ve opened our new restaurant! 415 Mount Alexander Road, Ascot Vale Ph: 9372 8099. Call in or order some takeaway, we’ve kept the old favourites on the menu along with some great new dishes, check it out. See you there soon!

$7 Lunch Special @ Collingwood

How does a fresh cooked authentic Thai or Lao dish served on rice or noodles for $7 sound? Like it? Want to try it? We want you to try it too. Present a printout of this post at Yim Yam, 76 Smith Street and you can choose a from our special lunch menu for only [...]

Pancakes in Thailand – what the heck?!

Snacking is Thailand’s favourite if not the most important national pastime as anyone who has been there will know. An overwhelming variety of savoury, sweet and delicious foods are within arm’s length on every sidewalk and car park, not just on every street corner!

Thais, the great culinary innovators of Asia have taken on the [...]

Yim Yam’s July specials to warm you up!

Lylah has whipped up some more unique, delicious and warming winter dishes for you to enjoy! You won’t find these dishes anywhere else.

Entree Deep fried won-tons with rich dark sesame dipping sauce $7.90 Entree Thai crispy rice cakes served withYim Yam’s own satay sauce $7.90 Main Deep-fried tofu and bean shoot stirfry (a [...]

Ela Cart talks Laotian food and Yim Yam

Ela said “I don’t think I ate ANYTHING in Laos that I didn’t enjoy. The nicest surprise was the absence of oily, wet curries, and the much bigger emphasis on fresh, light, spicy salads or meat/seafood dishes; lashings of supremely fresh herbs, a huge array of vegetables, and a good variety of meats and fish.”

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