Exotic Flavours In The High Country

Were open for dine in (friday, saturday and sundays) long weekends and school holidays open, check facebook  https://www.facebook.com/wilisthaijunction/ ....  5pm to 8pm (later during summer) Takeaways available friday and sunday 5pm to 6.30 pm... 

after several long covid months, at our opening prices from Easter 2020...so long ago...we kept our prices low during this entire time instead of just the intended introductory period.... it's time ... after the Australia day weekend, our prices go up a 'little bit' ... a few changes, couple new wines, weekend specials back, dessert more regular...but the food stays the same... Awesome

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We're Open for Dine In!!

We're open for Dine in!

 

Enjoy our new pergola for the summer and more tables inside beside our fireplace for the winter. 

We have a new Dine in menu, a few new wines and weekly specials to keep interesting.


Please phone us to enquire and book in advance.

 

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Take Away Available

​​Take Away meals and drinks are available from Friday to Sunday, 5pm to 8pm. Click the buttons below to see what's available.

Deliveries can be made to homes within Jamieson township, on request.  This includes homes bordered by Mansfield - Woods Point Road, Chenery St., Cobham St. & Brown St.

Payment Method

Credit Card on pick up or by phone.

Cash will be accepted

 
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About Our Food

Wili's Thai Junction is a new Thai restaurant located in Jamieson, one of the most picturesque towns in country Victoria. Surrounded by mountains and blessed with not one, but two pristine river systems, which meet just a minute's walk from our new restaurant.

Jamieson's fresh air, nearby snowcapped peaks, four truly defined and very different seasons, as well a rich history, strongly resonate with our previous life in Thailand.  The culturally authentic Thai cuisine, available from within the historic walls of this building, will reflect the freshness, colour and vibrancy that Jamieson has to offer. 

 

And you will also be able to enjoy feasting with friends outside in our soon to be built garden dining areas.

Chef, Wili, cooks traditional Thai food.  It's spicy, it’s flavorsome and it's as authentic as you will get this side of Bangkok. Fresh ingredients, homemade curries and sauces, some imported direct from Thailand and above all…. attention to providing a taste sensation you will never forget.

 

Please be warned, it is spicy, and unless you advise otherwise, you will get food as cooked in Wili’s home country, Thailand.  Please advise the level of spice you can handle.  If in doubt, start off mild and ramp it up next time if you can handle it.  Also, please advise of any allergies and/or dislikes/intolerances. We can accommodate your needs very easily IF we are notified first.

All of our ingredients are, as much as humanely possible, being sourced as organic, free range and local. It's our utmost desire to expand our list of ingredients sourced wholly from local areas as close to Jamieson producers as possible, and working outwards as required…but only from Australian small farmers and producers where possible.

Get ready for the taste sensation.

 

The Story Of Our Historic Building

The Colonial Bank

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The Colonial Bank, in Bank Street Jamieson, was first opened in 1868 under the management of Edwin Fitzroy.  Edwin remained as manager until 1884, having his farewell at the nearby Junction Hotel where he was presented with a purse of 50 guineas.

The Jamieson branch of the Colonial Bank continued, under various managers, until 1918.  At this time it was merged with the National Bank, and so became the Jamieson branch of the National Bank under the management of Kenneth McLennan.

Finally, in 1925, the National Bank closed its Jamieson Branch, then under the management of Mr. Sleeman.

In January 1961, the nearby Junction Hotel, built in 1861, sadly burned down.  This was just months before the town’s centenary celebration, much of which was to be held in at the Junction Hotel. After much deliberation, then owner, Mrs Dorothy Denholm, decided to carry on a temporary bar in the unused Colonial Bank building.

Since then the old bank building has been used for various restaurants.   Now, under the ownership of descendants of the Wheeler family, one of the many pioneering families of the Jamieson township and surrounds, the Colonial Bank Building is host to Wili's Thai Junction.

Wili, Daryl, Christian & Caela warmly welcome you to enjoy their hospitality.

 
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