You will soon be able to enjoy Thai cuisine accompanied by an authentic massage in George Street.
Tanyalak Thai Street Food opened on Downtown Street last year, offering authentic Thai food both inside the restaurant and for take out.
Now the owners are expanding with a Thai massage spa a few doors down.
Parichat Brown, also known as Pla, has owned Baan Thai on Princes Avenue for more than five years, offering traditional massages, aromatherapy, reflexology and more, and has announced that she will develop her activity in the old Carmichael building.
Andrew Foster, co-owner of Tanyalak, said, “Myself and Pla own Tanyalak and the business is doing well.
“George Street is really exciting and we want to be at the forefront of that – we want to be the driving force.
“The massage spa will be in Pla’s, but we will have offers where customers can get a massage and come and eat.
“We are preparing everything. “
On Sunday, Thai monks came to bless the restaurant and spa.
“It is very important in Thai culture that businesses are blessed, so that they are successful,” said Mr. Foster.
The exact massage menu for the new venue, which will also be called Baan Thai, has yet to be revealed, but current experiences at Princes Avenue Spa include hot stone massage, Swedish massage, back massage. and shoulders, Thai sports massage. and more.
“A traditional Thai massage is more about using higher pressure,” said Pla, who has run massage businesses in the city for nearly a decade.
“It’s about protecting and manipulating the body, and we use a lot of oils and aromatherapy.
“Aromatherapy massages are probably our most popular.
“We will also open a room dedicated to facials at the new Baan Thai. “
The place will not look like a normal spa with hot tubs and steam rooms, but will only be for massages and reflexology.
“There’s no hot tub or anything like that,” Andrew said.
“People tend to have assumptions about massage parlors, but we can assure you that everything is legitimate and everything is traditional.”
Baan Thai is scheduled to open at 41 George Street this week.
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