83% of 6 votes say it's Celiac friendly

1/50 Holt St, Surry Hills NSW, Australia 2010 Directions

Top Reviews

5 months ago

Delicious! It’s a bit pricey but it’s not take out Thai food, it’s a bit more of a modern Thai fine dining experience.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Great food, nice wine list and very friendly staff. Eaten here numerous times and never had any issues with cross contamination.

2 years ago

It's not cheap, but it's worth every penny. the food is fresh and flavorful (and not too hot.) The whole fish with red curry may have been the best one I've ever eaten. Next time... the pork belly, perhaps...

Gluten Free Features

  • Celiac Friendly
  • Gluten Free Menu


  • Asian
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
  • Thai
  • Vegetarian Friendly


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2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Lots of cross contamination with the gf

3 years ago
Celiac friendly

Very, very good food. Quite expensive though. Ambience is nice. 3 of us went for lunch.... We ordered 2 gf mains, 1 non gf main, and 2 servings of rice paper rolls for entrees. 2 drinks ( lemonade and cheapest wine) as well... All up was $63. Not a deal breaker in the price department, but bit expensive for Thai. However quality of the mains was exceptional. The server at the lunch cart was a bit vague as we got a few mixed messages re gf status of the rice paper rolls, and I was surprised re non gf soy sauce. Still extremely good quality Thai+++.

4 years ago

Named after the Thai slang for "little glutton," Muum Maam does not trade in quantity for quality. Their focus rests on true Thai flavors, seasonal ingredients and fresh products. For example, the coconut milk is so fresh it's extracted daily at their restaurant. Although their menu is constantly changing to keep up with the seasons, with three new lunch specials being creating weekly and at least four dinner specials rotating monthly, they always have a designated gluten-free menu with plenty of unique options. Their most interesting menu item has to be the pineapple fried rice with prawns, raisins and pork floss. Not only is the dish served in a carved out pineapple, but they added pork floss, a dried meat product with a light texture originating in the Chinese culture. Whoever said food provides a glimpse into another culture wasn't kidding!

5 years ago
Celiac friendly

Great food and fun atmosphere! The gluten free menu has 10 dishes to pick from. We had the pad thai and the fried rice with prawns.

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