CLOSED: Treat Feast Thai - Food Stall

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 9 reviews )



E-Shed Market, Victoria Quay, Fremantle, Western Australia, 6160

In 2015 this food vendor relocated to the E-Shed Market (near Fremantle train station). Serves veggie Thai food like satay veggies, pad Thai, and spicy tofu skewers. Confirmed closed, Feb 2017. Open Fri 9:00am-8:00pm, Sat 9:00am-6:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Thai, Fast food, Take-out

Reviews (9)

First Review by ThrowingMuse

Great Cheap vegan food - Edit

So glad Treat Feast Thai reopened in the E-shed markets in Freo! The menu has branched out, and now having more space it is more enjoyable to eat the food, having a beautiful view of Princess Harbour! Very affordable and good portion sizes! The food was unfortunately served a bit cool/lukewarm but the taste was fantastic!

Pros: Cheap, Delicious

Cons: Noisy

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Delicious! - Edit

I ate here on Sunday 28 June 2015 and the food was very good: pad thai, green papaya salad (made to order, so super fresh), tofu satay sticks, and a black rice pudding dessert.
It's a small stall/takeaway place, but a great option in Fremantle.

Pros: Authentic flavours, Delicious food, Good portions size

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Great for tasty vegan food on the go - Edit

A little vegan gem in Fremantle market. Tasty, cheap, plentiful. If you ask for your meal to be "extra spicy" make sure you REALLY mean it, those girls are very liberal with their chilli if requested. Highly recommended.

Pros: Tasty, Cheap, Fresh

Cons: Limited seating

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Delicious hot food and salads - Edit

This place is really just a stall in the Freo markets, but they produce some of the best Thai food you could get outside of Thailand.

What's so awesome about this place is that they not only do your typical dishes that you find in Thai restaurants in Australia (e.g. Pad Thai, various curries, and snacks etc, but they also do amazingly tasty Thai salads.

It can be a bit hard to find a place to sit down (especially if there's more than 2 people in your party), as the great food means they are really busy, and there is quite limited seating to begin with. However, that kind of gives it a real "street food" feel.

Pros: Delicious food, Fresh salad options, Inexpensive

Cons: Limited seating

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tasty snacks - Edit

Ate here several times, snacks were great, skewer things and curry puffs. I especially liked the sweet potato thing but they only had it one day. Really flavoursome. Pad Thai good too. Didn't try desserts

Pros: tasty, cheap, varied

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Quick and tasty with a smile! - Edit

Walking by and stopped in... great food, great vibe from the staff. Their 5 spice spring rolls are awesome. Great Great Great and right in the middle of the markets. Super Fresh. Yumbo!

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Five Spice Rolls - Edit

I have only eaten a snack here once, stuffed tofu on a stick. Right alongside these were "Five Spice Rolls", I don't know if they are aware of this but this product is not Vegan as it contains Whey Protein (from milk). I believe that if you advertise your business as Vegan you should be quite careful about the contents of the products you sell. Otherwise people will question the level of care you put into the rest of your food and if it is in fact Vegan.

Cons: Selling non vegan product

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Yes!!! - Edit

Really GOOD thai food! I particularly enjoyed the mini spring rolls, rice balls, and fresh rolls. The phad thai wasn't so great. I ate here for almost every meal when I was in Fremantle :)

Pros: Amazing food, Friendly staff, Excellent value

Cons: Not much space to sit

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Beautiful Authentic Thai Food - Edit

As most Thai restaurants in Perth are so heavily based on gluggy green curries or fried pad thai, it is fantastic to find a Thai 'cafe' that is not only entirely vegan, but also how the food should taste - that is fresh, full of salad, sour, spicy and pungent.
The green paw-paw salad is out of this world, and proof that you don't need fish sauce to make this dish work. The larb (soy mince salad) is almost as pungent, fresh and interesting. Their rice paper rolls are some of the best I've eaten and their deep fried nori crackers are one of the most moreish guilty pleasures I've ever had.
On some days they make a vegan lasagna that tastes identical and even better to its meaty cousin. Compared to their other dishes it doesn't win out on the health stakes but is a great 'let you hair down' dish. I haven't tried their deserts yet but they look sensational.
Located inside the Fremantle markets, the surrounds certainly have vibrancy and character but little in the way of ambience and serenity, the seating is limited as well, making this place more of a take away venue that an intense dining experience which can be a bit of a shame. However at lunch time it is usually swarming with Thai and neighboring tourists who look so relieved to have found some genuine Thai food in Perth. This gives the place extra brownie points in authenticity but can be very easy to get lost in a chaotic que curing the thick of lunch.
Warning - many of their dishes are VERY spicy. They will ask you if you want 'asian spicy' or 'aussie spicy' - but I haven't noticed much difference between the two so if very hot is not your thing, probably better to ask for 'mild.'

Pros: fresh, healthy, beautiful food, friendly staff, Paw paw salad!

Cons: Some menu items no english translation, limited seating, can be overly spicy for western palettes

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